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China’s trade with DPRK declines

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"China has always comprehensively and strictly implemented the relevant UN Security Council resolutions on DPRK. On the UN’s trade sanctions on DPRK in the new resolution, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, together with other related departments, will release specific measures in accordance with the Chinese laws and regulations."

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China’s trade with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) showed a month-on-month decline in terms of growth speed in the first seven months in 2017, according to the Chinese Ministry of Commerce on Thursday.

Data from the Ministry of Commerce show that the China-DPRK trade has kept a generally month-on-month declining trend in terms of growth since the beginning of this year, with that in the first seven months increasing 10.2 percent, 21 percentage points down from the first quarter. China's import from DPRK began to register a negative growth starting from March, dropping by 16.3 percent in the first seven months as compared with the same period of last year. The trade is expected to slow down further to below 10 percent in the January-August period.

Gao Feng, a spokesman for the Ministry of Commerce, told a press conference on Thursday that China has always comprehensively and strictly implemented the relevant UN Security Council resolutions on DPRK.

"China has always comprehensively and strictly implemented the relevant UN Security Council resolutions on DPRK. On the UN’s trade sanctions on DPRK in the new resolution, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, together with other related departments, will release specific measures in accordance with the Chinese laws and regulations," said Gao.

Resolution 2375 (2017), adopted unanimously by the UN Security Council on Monday evening local time, imposes a raft of fresh sanctions on DPRK for its latest nuclear test on September 3. Encompassing the strongest sanctions ever wielded on the country, the resolution demonstrates that the UN Security Council remains united in condemning the DPRK for its violations and urges it to stop nuclear and ballistic missile programs.

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