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How overseas labor improves ordinary North Korean lives – NKNews Podcast Ep. 153



North Korean workers abroad have been a major controversy and a key target of international sanctions. Often, these individuals are working long hours in poor conditions and with low pay — many liken them to modern-day slave laborers. But as Kookmin University professor Andrei Lankov and economic researcher Peter Ward point out in a new […]



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