North Korea 'to allow farmers to keep half their produce'The Telegraph
Sep. 25, 2012
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Good for them, now they're on par with the U.S. with our 50% tax rate! - ChrisNorth Korea plans to allow farmers to keep as much as half of their produce in an attempt to boost agricultural output, it has been claimed, in a move that would be a major economic reform for the beleaguered country.