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PostPosted: Wed Sep 27, 2017 9:26 am 
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To think North Korea still has a lot of connections in a number of Eastern European/former Warsaw Pact nations, even if it has been losing trust in its immediate neighbor China.

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North Koreans were involved in construction of new Danish Navy vessel, report says

A Polish shipyard subcontracted for work on the hull of the Royal Danish Navy’s newest Knud Rasmussen-class patrol vessel has employed North Korean workers, according to a Danish news report.

As reported by DR, Danish shipbuilder and prime contractor Karstensens contracted the Polish shipyard Crist S.A. for work on the hull of the future HDMS Lauge Koch (P572). The Polish shipyard then worked with another subcontractor who employed North Korean workers.

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Pyongyang can under-cut local workers wages. Their NK workers get just enough to live on (which is still a lot more than they would earn in NK) and the rest goes to Mr. Kim so he can have his expensive cigars and Cognac! :Mad_5: ...oh yeah, and nukes.
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