Information related to shipping in and around the DPRK
Total trade values still low, with overall trade decreasing on the back of falling oil prices
In releasing the DPRK flagged ship, Japanese authorities may have broken Japanese law and ignored UN sanctions
Gazprom subsidiary to carry out feasibility study on exporting electricity to DPRK
Chinese tankers seem more active over the last four weeks
China numbers not included, but figures appear much lower than total capacity of North Korean tankers in the region
As war tears through Libya products of old bond with N. Korea continue to appear
Supplies from Russia's far-east appear relatively constant since August, crude oil tanker still loading in China
How DPRK vessels use different flags to circumvent the May 4 sanctions
Over thirty DPRK fleet members have changed names, flags or ownership information in 2014
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