N. Korea’s economy grows 3.9% in 2016 on-year, fastest pace in 17 years

대북 제재얐도 지난해 북한 경제성장률 3.9%로 17년만얐 최고 Contrary to what many expected, North Korea’s economy last year grew the largest in 17 years amid full international sanctions in swing. The coal industry expanded significantly although the latest UN sanctions targeted coal exports. Connie Kim reports. Amid extensive and comprehensive sanctions from both individual countries and the international community, North Korea’s economy expanded nearly four-percent in 2016 compared to the previous year, the fastest rate in 17 years. The South Korean central bank said Friday that North Korea’s GDP has grown three-point-percent in 2016 on-year on the back of drought recovery and the low base effect. Delving deeper into sectors,… the North’s electricit

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