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North Korea sanctions: UN curbs lucrative coal trade with China

BBC News Wednesday, 30 November 2016
North Korea sanctions: UN curbs lucrative coal trade with ChinaNew UN sanctions restrict North Korea's valuable coal exports to China over its nuclear programme.
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News video: Fewer North Korean workers come to China

Fewer North Korean workers come to China 01:39

North Korean sanctions are starting to bite, but since the isolated country is so secretive, its effects are best observed from the Chinese border. China is Pyongyang's main economic lifeline and, as Ryan Brooks reports, traders there say they're feeling the pinch.

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