Information related to trade data on North Korea
Total trade values still low, with overall trade decreasing on the back of falling oil prices
Tougher measures against Pyongyang now could alienate China, provoke a fourth nuclear test
Gazprom subsidiary to carry out feasibility study on exporting electricity to DPRK
The DPRK took advantage of falling global oil prices in January, buying more gasoline and making savings on diesel
Electronics including TVs, cell phones and laptops big imports from China in 2014
Chinese tankers seem more active over the last four weeks
Luxury cars and chicken curry: Thailand's odd exports to the DPRK
Chinese customs data shows number of cell phone imports from China doubled in 2014
However experts are skeptical about the accuracy of the trade figures
Two countries exported precious metals and stones to North Korea against UN Resolution 2094
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