Numbers, however, still reflect a continuing downward trend for DPRK food imports
North Korean imports of Chinese grains and cereals increased in April, following a period of relatively depressed levels of trade, data from China’s customs agency compiled by the Korean International Trade Association (KITA) show. Although 2016 bucked the trend, previous NK News reports have highlighted a downward shift in DPRK imports of cereals from neighboring
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