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    North Korea's economy is a centrally planned system, where the role of market allocation schemes is limited, though increasing.[9] Although there have been some small-scale reforms, as of 2015, North Korea continues its basic adherence to a rigid centrally planned command economy, and its reliance on fundamentally non-pecuniary (not readily quantified or valued in money) incentives. There have been reports of economic reform, particularly after Kim Jong-un assumed the leadership in 2012, but recent reports conflict over particular legislation and enactment.

   North Korea  

    Buildign military product ,machine , mining matuallgy , and petermoalges  are major industries. North Korea has abundant hydroecltric esources and is rich in minerals, especially uranium, zinc, coal, lead, iron ore, graphite, manganese, copper, and gold.

 Major Industries


 There are 5 billion of imports for North Korea





The top exports of North Korea are coal britquettes  ($951M


 Opportunities For Growth