Jon Herskovitz reports:
The U.S.-based Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis estimates that North Korea, with an annual GDP of about $17 billion, earns some $1.5 billion a year from missile sales. Other studies said the figure may be in the hundreds of millions of dollars and that prior U.N. sanctions have cut into exports.
That is $1.5 billlion (probably more) that the U.S. military-industrial complex isn’t getting. Bad North Korea.