Chinese grain exports to North Korea drop by half in October: data
DPRK's grain imports from China still higher than any point between spring 2018 and summer of this year
China’s cereal exports to North Korea fell sharply in the month of October, according to data compiled by the Chinese General Customs Administration (GAC) and published by the International Trade Centre (ITC).
The new numbers show a drop of more than 50 percent from the previous month, down to about $7.8 million worth of grains.
Despite that drop, October’s cereal exports from China are still higher than at any point before July of this year, since at least the spring of 2018.China’s reported cereal exports to North Korea fell sharply in October, but
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