China’s exports to North Korea in March rose to a six-month high
© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Trucks cross the Friendship Bridge from Dandong, China, in Liaoning Province to Sinuiju, North Korea
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s exports to North Korea rose to a six-month high in March, with shipments to its neighbor that month being nearly 400 times higher than January-February combined, a sign of the easing imposed by COVID Limit restrictions is. 19th
China exported $ 12.978 million worth of goods to North Korea in March, up from $ 3,000 in February and $ 33,000 in the first two months. This is based on Chinese customs data released on Sunday.
Deliveries in March were the highest in value since $ 18.882 million last September.
China imported North Korean goods valued at $ 1.308 million in March, compared with $ 1.75 million in February.
Early last year, North Korea banned almost all cross-border travel, and some countries, including the UK, France and Germany, withdrew their local agents.
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