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Chinese citizens banned from opening business in DPRK
16:11, 27 August 2017
Chinese citizens banned from opening business in DPRK

Such a measure was adopted in the framework of UN sanctions against North Korea

16:11, 27 August 2017

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Chinese authorities have forbidden citizens to establish and expand business in the DPRK. This is stated in the official notification of the Ministry of Commerce of China.

It is noted that such a measure was adopted in the framework of UN sanctions against North Korea, which were approved in connection with the nuclear tests of Pyongyang.

According to the Ministry of Commerce of China, citizens and enterprises are prohibited from creating new and expanding existing joint ventures with Chinese and foreign capital.

We remind, on August 5 the UN Security Council tightened sanctions against the DPRK for two launches of ballistic missiles.

Earlier we reported that the President of the United States, Donald Trump, said that North Korea will face "fire and fury" if it decides to threaten the United States. There was also information that in response, North Korea is exploring the possibility of a missile strike at the US Air Force base on the Pacific island of Guam.

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