Doing business in countries with totalitarian governments

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Richard B

 

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September 27, 2016

 

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After has death, Kim II-sung president position was replaced but abolished and given to his son Kim Jong-il, the Head of State. As a communist dictatorship, North Korea laws limits its citizens to very little rights which I think no one in the U.S. could handle. Citizen's limitations include: ? Foreigners activities are strictly monitored which makes it hard to enter the country ? Aid workers are subject to scrutiny and banned from any places the government does not allow them to enter ? Citizens cannot freely leave the country or speak their minds ? Any citizens criticizing the regime is held in custody Reference: Human rights in North Korea...
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could handle. Citizen's limitations include: ? Foreigners activities are strictly monitored which makes it hard to enter the country ? Aid workers are subject to scrutiny and banned from any places the government does not allow them to enter ? Citizens cannot freely leave the country or speak their minds ? Any citizens criticizing the regime is held in custody Reference: Human rights in North Korea...
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