Taep'oong International Investment Group of Korea

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Taep'oong International Investment Group of Korea
Hangul 조선 대풍 국제 투자 그룹
Hanja 대풍 그룹
Revised Romanization Joseon daepung gukje tuja geurup
McCune–Reischauer Chosŏn taep‘ung kukche t‘uja kŭrup

The Taep'oong International Investment Group of Korea is a Pyongyang-based North Korean company established by the National Defence Commission of North Korea. It officially manages the oversea investments to North Korea. Three of the seven members of board of directors are Kim Jong-il's personal financial managers.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Jung (정), Jae-yong (재용) (2010-07-24). 홍콩 금융제재 거론 北 `대풍그룹'은. Yonhap News (in Korean). Retrieved 2011-09-24. 
  2. ^ In (인), Gyo-jun (교준); Cha Dae-un (차대운) (2011-09-06). 北대풍, 현대아산에 금강산자산 협의처리 제안. Yonhap News (in Korean). Retrieved 2011-09-24.