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DPRK-China border city of Dandong asks residents to refrain from gathering as some say city under lockdown
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Documents show work on customs facility continues as DPRK and China reportedly mull renewed freight operations
South Korean spy agency says Kim Jong Un ordered all-out farming campaign amid food supply issues, economic downturn
Imports of tobacco products far outstrip medicine, even as DPRK's population remains unvaccinated
September spike could signal DPRK’s willingness to expand trade for first time since the pandemic began, expert says
Influx of illicit North Korean coal fuels concerns that shipments will continue even after Chinese energy crisis ends
Report says sanctions, oppressive border lockdowns push North Koreans to choose between hunger and COVID-19
Sanctions and the pandemic have battered imports of refined petroleum, but smuggling may cover part of the gap
An analytical look at the main developments from September 1, 2021 to September 30, 2021
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