At Chinese border, North Korean investment opportunities abound (in theory)If you have 800 million yuan (94.28 million pounds) to spare, you could invest in slot machines and roulette tables to fill casinos in North Korea’s Namyang International Tourism Village, on the border of China. If your budget is smaller, how about spending 250 million yuan to build a cable car connecting China and North Korea over the scenic Tumen River? This week, as the world reacted with outrage to North Korea’s firing of a missile over Japan, local Chinese government officials along the border of North Korea took a different approach: they held a two-day conference highlighting, among other things, the unique investment opportunities in one of the world’s most isolated countries.

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