Records suggest new N. Korean leader open to discussion on capitalismThe Mainichi
Apr. 17, 2012
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New North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has urged officials of the Workers' Party of Korea to debate economic reforms, including the introduction of capitalist methods -- hitherto one of the greatest taboos in the reclusive state -- the Mainichi Shimbun has learned.