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North Korea exported false eyelashes and wigs worth more than $165 million to the West, labeling them as 'made in China'.
False eyelashes and wigs valued at more than $165 million were exported from North Korea and then sold to the West as 'made in China' last year.
This trade is believed to generate significant revenue for Kim Jong Un's regime, although the exact amount is unknown.
The eyelash and hair trade is assumed to generate millions each month for Kim Jong Un's regime, although the exact total is unknown.
China imports semi-finished North Korean eyelashes and rebrands them as 'made in China' before shipping them to the West.
China imports semi-finished North Korean eyelashes and then slaps a 'made in China' label on them after it completes and packages the products.