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Six special economic zones will appear in North Korea

North Korea will create six special economic zones, one of which will include the capital Pyongyang, according to IA RUSKOR.

Each of the zones will be concentrated on technologies, production of export products, tourism, industrial and agricultural development. Special economic zones, which attract mainly Chinese investments, are an attempt by an impoverished country to attract foreign capital. The business that operates in such zones is given advantages that relieve it of tough economic regulation by North Korea.

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