Economic Influence of the Recent North Korea-related Risk and Policy Suggestions

Lee Myong-hwal
March 2012
Korea Focus;Mar2012, p1
The article offers information on the risk and policy suggestions of North Korea. It discusses several facts which includes North Korea-related risk as a destabilizing factor, stable foreign exchange as main focus of the financial authorities and situation of domestic financial markets after death of Kim Jong-il, former supreme leader of North Korea.


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