Friday January 15 2021
North Korea Corruption Index at 17.00 Points


North Korea scored 17 points out of 100 on the 2019 Corruption Perceptions Index reported by Transparency International.





Friday January 15 2021
North Korea Corruption Rank at 172.00


North Korea is the 172 least corrupt nation out of 180 countries, according to the 2019 Corruption Perceptions Index reported by Transparency International.





Friday January 15 2021
North Korea Balance of Trade at -2278.04 USD Million


Balance of Trade in North Korea decreased to -2278.04 USD Million in 2019 from -1984.04 USD Million in 2018.





Friday January 15 2021
North Korea Car Production at 0.20 Ten Thousand Units


Car Production in North Korea decreased to 0.20 Ten Thousand Units in 2019 from 0.30 Ten Thousand Units in 2018.





Friday January 15 2021
North Korea Cement Production at 5604.00 Thousands of Tonnes


Cement Production in North Korea decreased to 5604 Thousands of Tonnes in 2019 from 5832 Thousands of Tonnes in 2018.





Friday January 15 2021
North Korea Employed Persons at 14103.00 Thousand


The number of employed persons in North Korea increased to 14103 Thousand in 2017 from 14002 Thousand in 2016.





Friday January 15 2021
North Korea Employment Rate at 74.20 percent


Employment Rate in North Korea remained unchanged at 74.20 percent in 2015 from 74.20 percent in 2014.





Friday January 15 2021
North Korea Exports at 1844.50 USD Million


Exports in North Korea decreased to 1844.50 USD Million in 2017 from 2913.73 USD Million in 2016.





Friday January 15 2021
North Korea GDP at 18.00 USD Billion


The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in North Korea was worth 18 billion US dollars in 2019, according to official data from the World Bank and projections from Trading Economics. The GDP value of North Korea represents 0.01 percent of the world economy.





Friday January 15 2021
North Korea GDP Annual Growth Rate at 0.40 percent


North Korea's GDP expanded 0.4 percent in 2019, recovering from a 4.1 percent contraction in 2018. It was the first GDP growth rate since 2016 despite international sanctions. The main upward contributions to growth came from construction, agriculture and fishing, helped by better weather conditions. On the expenditure side, exports rose by 14.4 percent from a year earlier to $280m in 2019, boosted by clocks and watches, along with footwear, hats and wigs. The economy is expected to be hurt this year by the coronavirus pandemic, in particular due to lower shipments to China.