This file photo shows North Korean women working in a factory owned by a South Korean firm in Kaesong, just a few hundred metres north of the Demilitarised Zone. Forced labour is just one of the ways Pyongyang is alleged to make money for the reclusive state. Photo: AFP

Where’s the money coming from for North Korea’s nuclear programme?

Many of its trade channels have been closed, but Pyongyang still has its illegal arms sales and counterfeit ‘supernotes’

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This file photo shows North Korean women working in a factory owned by a South Korean firm in Kaesong, just a few hundred metres north of the Demilitarised Zone. Forced labour is just one of the ways Pyongyang is alleged to make money for the reclusive state. Photo: AFP
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