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Nosotek (Chosongul: 노소텍) is the first western invested IT joint venture company in North Korea. Nosotek was founded in 2008 by the North Korean General Federation of Science and Technology (GFST) and the foreign entrepreneurs Felix Abt and Volker Eloesser.
Nosotek is known for developing computer games for various platforms, such as iPhone, j2me and Wii; including Pyongyang Racer, a browser-based racing video game developed in 2012, to promote tourism to North Korea.
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- CNN on North Korea as outsourcing hub: Interview with Volker Eloesser, CEO of Nosotek
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