A cargo ship is loaded with coal during the opening ceremony of a new dock at the North Korean port of Rajinin 2014. Coal is estimated to take up as much as 40 per cent of North Korea’s exports to China. Photo: Reuters
A cargo ship is loaded with coal during the opening ceremony of a new dock at the North Korean port of Rajinin 2014. Coal is estimated to take up as much as 40 per cent of North Korea’s exports to China. Photo: Reuters
North Korea

North Korea ‘feels the heat’ from China’s renewed coal bans

Signs of a growing divide between communist neighbours as Beijing tightens sanctions against Pyongyang, analysts say

A cargo ship is loaded with coal during the opening ceremony of a new dock at the North Korean port of Rajinin 2014. Coal is estimated to take up as much as 40 per cent of North Korea’s exports to China. Photo: Reuters
A cargo ship is loaded with coal during the opening ceremony of a new dock at the North Korean port of Rajinin 2014. Coal is estimated to take up as much as 40 per cent of North Korea’s exports to China. Photo: Reuters
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