Country’s economy battered by more than a year of border restrictions imposed after the Covid outbreak
North Korea is facing one of the worst economic crises in its 73-year history, amid shortages of food and medicines and warnings of rising unemployment and homelessness.
The country’s economy has been battered by more than a year of border restrictions imposed after the coronavirus outbreak, flooding caused by natural disasters, and international sanctions imposed in response to the regime’s nuclear and ballistic missile programmes.
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Justin McCurry in Tokyo