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China Is Targeting North Korea’s Expatriate Labor, Says Source

Epoch Times Monday, 19 June 2017 ()
China Is Targeting North Korea’s Expatriate Labor, Says SourceOn June 19, Japan’s Nikkei Asian Review reported that Chinese authorities had instructed a number of domestic companies not to hire any workers from North Korea. The order was communicated in implicit means, such as verbal agreement and other informal …
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News video: China and U.S. Trade Claims Over North Korea

China and U.S. Trade Claims Over North Korea 02:41

Jun.21 -- Bloomberg's Derek Wallbank reports on U.S. and China relations when it comes to dealing with North Korea. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia."

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