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China, North Korea trade recovering after Covid-induced border closures, but exports still ‘spell trouble’

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]North Korea’s trade with China totalled US8 million in 2021, down by 41 per cent from the previous year and by 90 per cent from levels before the coronavirus.

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North Korea’s trade with China totalled US$318 million in 2021, down by 41 per cent from the previous year and by 90 per cent from levels before the coronavirus.

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