Information related to trade data on North Korea
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Analysis of Chinese customs data also shows North a net electricity exporter to its neighbor
Opening of new terminal at Sunan airport a new step in tourism infrastructure – but will tourists come?
Cereal imports from China show small increase, though totals remain far below those of previous years
Chinese trade data indicate decrease in cereal imports when compared to same period in 2014
Bilateral imports, exports apparently down in first quarter 2015 despite cooperation
DPRK imports of gasoline also show 20% increase on last year
Falling trade values could be due to cheaper coal; fertilizer and rice imports also drop
DPRK continues to buy larger quantities of gasoline, diesel than in 2014
Analysis of 15 years of data shows huge declines in DPRK trade with countries outside of China
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