Chinese grain shipments to North Korea rose in December, data shows
Chinese corn exports to DPRK jumped 362% from November to December
China’s reported rice and corn exports to North Korea rose sharply in the month of December, according to new data released by the Chinese General Administration of Customs (GAC).
According to the GAC’s new data, in the last month of the year, China’s total export volume added up to more than 8.5 million kilograms of rice and more than 7.6 million kilograms of corn.
Compared to the previous month, China’s reported rice export volume was generally stable — a 4.3% increase.
China’s corn exports, however, jumped more than 362% compared to November, according
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