Classes on Western business practices get enthusiastic reception in N. Korea

North Korean participants listen during a business workshop organized by the non-profit group Choson Exchange.  /Courtesy of Choson Exchange

North Korean participants listen during a business workshop organized by the non-profit group Choson Exchange. /Courtesy of Choson Exchange

North Korean government officials and managers at state-run companies are receiving training on the wider range of capitalism and market-based practices, according to U.S.-based broadcaster Radio Free Asia. The Singapore-based Chosun Exchange which provides vocational training for North Korean students has expanded courses to encompass corporate social responsibility and business ethics, quantitative easing and the role of women entrepreneurs in the market, the report said.

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