North Korea is dodging sanctions with fish and front firms in Mozambique

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Maputo, Mozambique (CNN)On the surface, there is nothing remarkable about this sleepy fishing port in Maputo.

But hidden from view, wedged between the other boats and ships docked there, are the rusty Susan 1 and Susan 2. These are not ordinary fishing vessels, but sanctions-busting trawlers manned by crews from North Korea.
Pyongyang’s interest in a couple of aging African trawlers may seem odd at first. But fishing is big business in Mozambique — it’s one of the country’s most lucrative industries. North Korea wants a slice of that much-needed cash, and boats are easy to move and conceal.

North Korea is dodging sanctions with fish and front firms in Mozambique

North Korea is dodging sanctions with fish and front firms in Mozambique

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