Bonding with North Korea

August 2003
Journal of Financial Planning;Aug2003, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p19
Academic Journal
The article announces the bond offering of communist North Korea in 2003 to any investor who wants to help the financially struggling country. Investors would not receive any interest payments for risking their money--only an expression of affection for buying the ten-year People's Life Bonds.


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