Cash For Kim: North Korean Forced Laborers In Poland • Discoverology

Cash For Kim: North Korean Forced Laborers In Poland

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On its website, the CRIST shipyard advertises that they build ships for various clients throughout Europe. And we know that North Koreans are still working here today. VICE gained exclusive access to documents that reveal the wages of North Korean laborers in Poland before the Kim regime’s deductions.

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