South Korea: Marketization in North Korea

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The following is an abstract by Professor Yang Moon-soo of the University of North Korean Studies in Seoul. Professor Yang, an invited speaker at the 4th annual Roundtable on DPRK Agriculture hosted by FAS/Seoul, presented a paper entitled “Marketization in North Korea: Implications for Agriculture,” which describes the steps being taken toward an unofficial market economy in North Korea and its future prospects.

South Korea: Marketization in North Korea

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