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North Korea

Coordinates: 40°00′N 127°00′E / 40°N 127°E / 40; 127

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People's Republic Of China–North Korea Relations - Economic Relations - Trade
... China is North Korea's largest trade partner, while North Korea ranked 82nd on the list of China's trade partners (2009 est.) China provides about half of all North Korean ... China's major imports from North Korea include mineral fuels (coal), ores, woven apparel, iron and steel, fish and seafood, and stone ... North Korea's imports from China include mineral fuels and oil, machinery, electrical machinery, vehicles, plastic, and iron and steel ...
People's Republic Of China–North Korea Relations - Border
... China and North Korea share a 1,416-kilometer long border that corresponds broadly speaking to the course of the Yalu and Tumen rivers ... reportedly transferred responsibility for securing its border with North Korea from the police to its army ... built a 20-kilometer long fence along its border with North Korea ...
Coat Of Arms Of Tamil Eelam - Global Network
... Since late 1997, North Korea became the principal country to provide arms, ammunition and explosives to the LTTE ... The deal with North Korean government was carried out by Ponniah Anandaraja alias Aiyannah, a member of World Tamil Coordinating Committee of USA and later, the accountant of LTTE ... He worked at the North Korean embassy in Bangkok since late 1997 ...
North Korea - Sports
... Main article Sport in North Korea Perhaps the most well known sporting event in North Korea is the annual Arirang Festival ... In football, fifteen clubs compete in the DPR Korea League level-one and vie for both the Technical Innovation Contests and the Republic Championship ... In hockey, North Korea has a men’s team that is ranked 43rd out of 49 and competes in Division II ...
Republic Of Korea - Foreign Relations - United States
... Main article South Korea–United States relations The United States engaged in the decolonization of Korea (mainly in the South, with the Soviet Union engaged in North Korea) from Japan after ... forces were sent to defend South Korea against invasion by North Korea and later China ... Following the Armistice, South Korea and the U.S ...

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