Two years have passed since the UN Security Council adopted Resolution 2371, which prohibits North Korea from exporting coal. Yet there has been a big shift in China's imports, as it appears to have purchased a significant amount of coal from North Korea. Ashley Feng joins Voice of America (Korea) to discuss.
View the full conversation on Voice of America (Korea).
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