Chinese grain exports to North Korea drop again in November: data
An estimated 40 percent of the DPRK population remains in "urgent need" of food assistance, according to the UN
China’s grain exports to North Korea fell again in the month of November, according to new data published by Beijing’s General Administration of Customs (GAC).
The monthly export total was valued at more than $4.2 million: a 45 percent drop from last month, and 25 percent lower than November 2018.
China’s grain shipments in November of this year included maize and rice, according to the GAC. The vast majority — more than 89 percent — were rice shipments.| Chinese General Administration of Customs
China’s cereal exports to its neighbor come as North Korea has struggled
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