Making Sense of Kim Jong-un’s Choices

The most noticeable difference in the economic environment between the era of Kim Jong Un and that of his father Kim Jong-il is the Jangmadang economy, North Korea’s form of a private marketplace where the upper class, consisting of high- and middle-ranking party members and military officials as well as rich merchants, makes money or procures commodities via informal commercial activities.

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