N.Korea-China trade declines again
Nuclear test unlikely to impact trading relations due to Beijing's sanctions adjustments
Trade figures between North Korea and China have declined, but an expert maintained that their economic relationship will not be further influenced by the recent nuclear test.
According to the Korea International Trade Association (KITA), the amount of exports and imports between North Korea and China has declined for the second year in a row.
From January to November last year, North Korea’s exports to China decreased 12.3 percent to $22.79 billion and imports declined 16.8 percent to $26.29 billion compared to the previous year during the same time period.
The year-on-year rate also marked the
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