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China’s August exports to North Korea up for third month By Reuters


© Reuters. FILEPHOTO: A boat carrying the Chinese national flag is seen over the Yalu River that runs through China’s Liaoning Province. It was taken by two North Korean men on May 25, 2018. REUTERS/Joseph Campbell/File Photo

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s exports to North Korea rose for the third straight month in August, but were still a fraction of their pre-COVID levels, Chinese customs data showed on Saturday.

The August Chinese shipment to North Korea rose to $22.5million from $16.8million in July. This compares to $219 million in exports for August 2019.

China imported $6.2million worth of goods from North Korea in August. This is an increase of $4.1million in July.

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