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Bureau 39: Kim’s Cash Machine

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How is it possible that North Korea, one of the poorest countries on earth finances a nuclear weapons program large enough to challenge the USA? The answer: Bureau 39, a legendary organization nestled deep inside the government apparatus. Its aim is to procure foreign exchange by any means possible to provide Kim Jong-un’s regime with money.
Printing dollars, dealing drugs, smuggling arms, insurance fraud, human trafficking – nothing is too unscrupulous for North Korea’s money makers. Years of research have given us unique access to insiders. They reveal how North Korea has been circumventing UN sanctions to finance its nuclear arsenal for decades.

Running Time: 58 min.
Subject(s): Asian Studies, Conflicts, Crime, Current Affairs, Investigative Journalism
Language(s): English
Subtitles: English
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Producer(s): A&O Buero Filmproduktion GMBH
Production Company: A&O Buero Filmproduktion GMBH

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