Satellite imagery reveals ongoing changes at Kaesong Industrial Complex
No major facility usage apparent, however, as two Koreas push to open liason office
Various areas of the Kaesong Industrial Complex (KIC) just across the border in North Korea show signs of continued activity, NK Pro analysis of recent high-resolution satellite imagery shows.
Changes in at least a dozen lots in the complex, most of which amount to movement of vehicles and other objects as well as landscaping or gardening, can be seen when comparing August 11-dated imagery (click for full size) provided by Planet Labs with November 17, 2017 imagery from Google Earth.
North Korean state media boasted of plans to “more vigorously operate” factories at Kaesong last October, but
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