The generosity of Kim Jong Il
"For Kim Jong Il's birthday, North Korean insurance managers prepared a special gift.
In Singapore, they stuffed $20 million in cash into two heavy-duty bags and sent them, via Beijing, to their leader in Pyongyang, said Kim Kwang Jin, who worked as a manager for Korea National Insurance Corp., a state-owned monopoly.
Kim said he helped arrange the shipment and watched in February 2003 as the cash was packed. After the money arrived, Kim Jong Il sent a letter of thanks to the managers and arranged for some of them to receive gifts that included oranges, apples, DVD players and blankets, Kim said".
Hmm, if I were a DPRK helot in Singapore and got my mitts on another 20 very large, I would be minded to scarper with the proceeds rather than hope for a trade off reward of circa 1/200000th.
Meanwhile, the forthcoming report of the DPRK qualifying for the World Cup should be entertaining, as and when the KCNA gets around to filing it.