April 02, 2020

Tag: Economy

Information related to the North Korea economic sector

Timeline: from North Korea coronavirus fears to a new bout of missile testing

NK Pro timeline charts key events from March 1 - March 31

NK Pro April 1, 2020

North Korea appears to have taken control of junk vessel, now largest in fleet

Ship transferred just a month after U.S. seizure of DPRK's "Wise Honest"

Min Chao Choy March 27, 2020

COVID-19 in North Korea: an overview of the current situation

Pyongyang officially claims no infections within its territory, and has taken strict steps to stave off an outbreak

Chad O'Carroll March 26, 2020

China’s grain exports to North Korea plummet by 90% in January and February

Reported drop in exports consistent with previous years during Lunar New Year, but may be exacerbated by coronavirus

Jacob Fromer March 25, 2020

Progress picks up on highway to connect China-North Korea “bridge to nowhere”

Land clearing near foot of New Yalu River Bridge in March satellite imagery may be for new customs facilities

Colin Zwirko March 25, 2020

Container traffic returns to North Korea’s Nampho port after coronavirus slump

Quarantine of arriving cargo also apparent in latest satellite imagery

Colin Zwirko March 23, 2020

North Korea’s economy and the coronavirus: current fallout and future unknowns

The DPRK has experienced a supply shock in its food and fuel markets, with greater impact likely further down the line

Peter Ward March 18, 2020

The coronavirus slowdown at North Korean ports, as seen from above

Satellite imagery reveals relatively empty scenes at Nampho and Sinuiju ports in conjunction with quarantine measures

Colin Zwirko March 13, 2020

A new e-commerce platform in Hunchun: another awkward attempt at Sino-DPRK trade

Sanctions aside, Jilin province suffers from its lack of connection to Pyongyang when compared with neighboring Liaoning

Théo Clément March 10, 2020

North Korea’s Tree-planting Day highlights nationwide nursery projects

Satellite imagery reveals scope of long-stalled provincial tree nurseries seeing renewed push since 2018

Colin Zwirko March 5, 2020
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