Before presenting a detailed outline of the foreign investment laws and regulations of the DPRK, this Essay surveys the institutional environment in which these laws and regulations function. This Essay concludes with some specific remarks on the rules that pertain to investments in natural resources, including pledge law, and the possibility that foreign investors may be able to negotiate rules governing their investments that would differ from those described in this Essay.
Greyson Bryan, Scott Horton, and Robin Radin,
Foreign Investment Laws and Regulations of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea,
21 Fordham Int'l L.J. 1677
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