North Koreans walk past buildings under construction on ‘Ryomyong Street’, in Pyongyang. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un hopes to show the world his country is doing just fine despite sanctions and outside pressure over its nuclear weapons program. Photo: AP North Koreans walk past buildings under construction on ‘Ryomyong Street’, in Pyongyang. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un hopes to show the world his country is doing just fine despite sanctions and outside pressure over its nuclear weapons program. Photo: AP
North Koreans walk past buildings under construction on ‘Ryomyong Street’, in Pyongyang. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un hopes to show the world his country is doing just fine despite sanctions and outside pressure over its nuclear weapons program. Photo: AP

North Korea's only foreign-founded law firm suspends operations

The majority of firm’s clients are foreign investors, many of whom have been negatively affected by tightened sanctions against Pyongyang

Topic |   North Korea nuclear crisis
North Koreans walk past buildings under construction on ‘Ryomyong Street’, in Pyongyang. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un hopes to show the world his country is doing just fine despite sanctions and outside pressure over its nuclear weapons program. Photo: AP North Koreans walk past buildings under construction on ‘Ryomyong Street’, in Pyongyang. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un hopes to show the world his country is doing just fine despite sanctions and outside pressure over its nuclear weapons program. Photo: AP
North Koreans walk past buildings under construction on ‘Ryomyong Street’, in Pyongyang. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un hopes to show the world his country is doing just fine despite sanctions and outside pressure over its nuclear weapons program. Photo: AP
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