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A group of entrepreneurs from Europe will come to North Korea

A European business delegation plans to visit North Korea in September to explore business opportunities in the isolated country, RUSKOR reports citing Radiostation "Free Asia".

GPI Consultancy, a consulting company from the Netherlands, reported that the visit is scheduled for the period from September 23 to September 28. The delegation plans to visit the trade fair in Pyongyang, industrial enterprises, and discuss with North Korean officials the benefits and risks that business in North Korea may face. The composition of the delegation has not yet been determined.

The message of the radio station was sounded against the background of increased tension on the Korean Peninsula in connection with possible nuclear tests conducted by North Korea. Pyongyang threatened to conduct a "new form" of nuclear tests in retaliation for the UN condemning the launch of a ballistic missile in March.

And the Voice of America radio station reported that North Korea’s trade with the European Union in 2013 amounted to 114 million euros ($ 200 million) compared to 24 million euros in 2012. The growth occurred after North Korea increased its exports of mineral resources to the European Union 34 times: from 3 million euros to 102 million euros.

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