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China's May exports to North Korea fall back

06/18/2021 | 05:48am EDT

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's exports to North Korea in May fell to $2.714 million from $28.751 million in April, after a steady rise in previous months as COVID-19 related border restrictions eased, data released by the General Administration of Customs showed.

China imported $749,000 of North Korean goods in May compared with $1.848 million in April.

Early last year, North Korea banned almost all cross-border travel and some countries including Britain, France and Germany withdrew their local representatives.

(Reporting by Gabriel Crossley; Editing by Alex Richardson)


ę Reuters 2021
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