High-rise and smart phones popular
Western media said the DPRK leader Kim Jong-un passed the first five-year reform plan after the end of this year, significantly promoted the economic growth, leisure, construction and even agriculture and other industries have developed.According to the Spanish Efi reported on February 18th, in the streets of Pyongyang, you can see the slogans and slogans that inspire people to complete the five-year plan as soon as possible. Pyongyang, the capital, is undoubtedly a window showing the fruits of reform.Reported that the solar panels can be seen everywhere, the future of scientists glamorous glamas, the new science and technology hall has 3,000 computers for the public to use, all in the experts to prove that the development of data is absolutely nothing.Although the United Nations sanctions, economic development is far less than South Korea, but it is estimated that over the past five years the average annual growth rate of the Korean economy is 1% to 1.5%. Kim Jung-en came to power, the seat of high-rise buildings where they stand, the streets of the taxi figure gradually busy, more and more Koreans used a smart phone, in Pyongyang’s new entertainment center often sounded the public laughter.Reported that Pyongyang ushered in a thriving new atmosphere. Experts believe that the key to the economic modernization of the DPRK lies in a conservative and prudent open policy, but there is still a far distance from China and Vietnam’s drastic market economy reform.The most important thing is that some of the practices that have been practiced for years have been formalized and legitimized, for example, in all forms of free trade in commodities such as private enterprises and foodstuffs, the North Korean issue of the University of Pennsylvania, Wait.
The reform program, which was adopted in 2012 and 2014, boosted North Korea’s agricultural development. North Korea still exists food shortage problem.Reported that these reform measures to adjust the collective system, allowing farmers to family as the core of production activities, can leave 30% of the harvest, or even in the market sales of excess food. This approach effectively stimulates the enthusiasm of farmers, and thus improve the productivity.The North Korean government has also launched a plan for returning farmland to forests, and a new row of pine trees in rural areas is proof. This measure mitigated the negative impact of the famine in the 1990s. The desperate North Koreans were in large numbers to cut down trees, totally ignoring the forest as the best protective screen to prevent flooding.Sierberstein said North Korea’s food situation is no doubt much better than a decade or two. However, taking into account the greater impact of climate, and the lack of official data, so in the evaluation of North Korea’s five-year plan can not be blindly optimistic.