US President Donald Trump’s relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un stumbled in Hanoi in February and US courts continue their pursuit of suspected sanctions busting by Chinese banks. Photo: AP

US urges Beijing to stick to hard line on North Korea sanctions as spotlight falls on three Chinese banks

  • US court demands that banks open their books on trading with Pyongyang
  • Washington has taken more hawkish stand on sanctions against North Korea
Topic |   North Korea

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US President Donald Trump’s relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un stumbled in Hanoi in February and US courts continue their pursuit of suspected sanctions busting by Chinese banks. Photo: AP
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