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Updated satellite imagery shows new construction along the port's waterfront over the last three years
But reported figures still only likely showing a small part of the picture
Pyongyang likely to continues to outsource much of its trade and smuggling
Trade appears to be following a similar pattern to last year
The visit is the second time this month the tanker has advertised its location in the area
Despite restrictions, Chinese firms continue to advertise potentially banned goods
Photos reveal some Chinese exhibitors' stateside trade ties
Though Indian imports from the DPRK are much lower than in previous years
DPRK-flagged vessels do not typically venture outside of domestic, Russian, or Chinese waters
Two designated vessels moved between Japan and South Korea this month
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