Latest data shows continued resistance to new UN sanctions regime
China continued to increase imports of North Korean coal and iron in June, despite tightened sanctions around buying numerous commodities from the DPRK, data from the Korean International Trade Association (KITA) shows. The KITA figures are provided by Chinese customs and show that both iron and coal have so far proved resistant to the most
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