North Koreans must wait up to 3 months for goods from train shipments: Source
Lengthy quarantine process at DPRK-China border means high prices and shortages likely to continue despite trade restart
At least one shop in Pyongyang has told customers not to expect goods delivered to North Korea by train to be available for several months, an informed source in the capital told NK Pro, suggesting a lengthy quarantine period for the recent rail imports.
Trains carrying goods from China were spotted entering North Korea last week, and the Chinese foreign ministry later confirmed the resumption of land trade between the two countries.
Satellite imagery analyzed by NK Pro shows that these goods first went to a newly built disinfection complex near Sinuiju. After unloading, goods
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