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1. 12-15 North Korean execution 'will not alter trade goals' North Korea
C. 09-15 Two Koreas begin Kaesong restart Kaesong, North Korea
D. 08-14 North, South Korea agree to reopen Kaesong complex Kaesong, North Korea
E. 06-03 N Korea reactor ‘near completion’ Yongbyon, North Korea
5. 04-26 S Korea 'withdraws from joint complex' Kaesong, North Korea
04-08 N. Korea pulling workers out of joint industrial zone North Korea
H. 03-27 N Korea border factory remains open Kaesong, North Korea
I. 03-11 US expands North Korea sanctions Washington

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N Korea border factory remains open   The North-South Korea border crossing to a joint industrial park is operating normally, despite Pyongyang cutting a military hotline on Wedn... US expands North Korea sanctions  Washington: The US has imposed sanctions on North Korea's primary foreign exchange bank and 4 individuals, amid heightened tensions Google chairman Schmidt to visit N. Korea  San Francisco Bay Area: Google chairman Eric Schmidt will be traveling to North Korea with former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson Airlines to avoid N Korea rocket    Japan: Three Asian airlines are making changes to flight paths to avoid a North Korean rocket launch due to take place between 12 and 16 April N Korea facing hunger due to grain deficit  UN: About 5 million North Koreans will continue to face food shortages. The government plans to import only 325,000 metric tons S. Korea suspends trade with N. Korea
North Korean execution 'will not alter trade goals'  North Korea's execution of senior figure Chang Song-thaek will not alter its economic goals, an official said Two Koreas begin Kaesong restart Map of Kaesong North Korea  South workers have returned to the Kaesong industrial park in North, five months after work was halted amid high political tension North, South Korea agree to reopen Kaesong complex Map of Kaesong North Korea  North Korea and South Korea agreed to reopen the Kaesong Industrial Complex, a joint manufacturing zone that the North shuttered N Korea reactor ‘near completion’ Map of Yongbyon North Korea  North Korea is making 'important' progress on reactivating facilities at its moth-balled Yongbyon nuclear reactor, a US think-tank says S Korea 'withdraws from joint complex'   South Korea says it is withdrawing its remaining workers from the Kaesong zone, a jointly-run industrial complex in North Korea   N. Korea pulling workers out of joint industrial zone


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  North Korea said that it would pull out all its workers and temporarily suspend operations at the industrial complex it jointly operates with the South
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  South Korea: South Korea is suspending trade with North Korea, closing its waters to the North's ships and adopting a newly aggressive military posture

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Dec.10
  South Korea: The first cargo train providing regular service across the border between the two Koreas in more than a half century left for the North
Oct.8 Japan extends N Korea sanctions Jul.13 N. Korea receives oil shipment  North Korea has started unloading the first shipment of oil to be delivered under a key nuclear disarmament deal Jun.13 N Korea funds transfer 'to begin'. China May.16 Korean trains in historic link-up
  A pair of passenger trains have crossed the heavily fortified border for the first time in more than 50 years.    The 5-carriage trains, one travelling from the North and one from the Sou...


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Oct.14 U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea
  UN Security Council: The Council voted unanimously to slap trade, travel and other sanctions
 The vote had been delayed because of concerns by China and Russia. The US has revised its draft to remove the threat of military action and reduced the total embargo on military equipment


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Jul.11 Seoul boosts food aid to N. Korea  South Korea: South agreed to provide the North with 500,000 tons in rice aid as the countries vowed to boost economic ties

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Jun.13 Railway reconnects two Koreas
  Workers have reconnected railway lines between the countries in a special ceremony, the first time in 50 years

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Nov.14 Oil shipments to N Korea frozen  The U. S. and its East Asian and European allies have voted to suspend fuel deliveries to the Communist nation Sep.17   Work began on railway to link Koreas  South Korea: Both countres expressed hope the monumental project would bring peace to their divided peninsula



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Two Koreas begin Kaesong restart
North, South Korea agree to reopen Kaesong co...
N Korea reactor ?near completion?
S Korea 'withdraws from joint complex'
N. Korea pulling workers out of joint indus...
North Korean execution 'will not alter trade ...
North, South Korea agree to reopen Kaesong co...
N Korea reactor ?near completion?
S Korea 'withdraws from joint complex'
N. Korea pulling workers out of joint indus...
N Korea border factory remains open
US expands North Korea sanctions
Public Transportation, 2013
2012
Airlines to avoid N Korea rocket
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2010
N Korea facing hunger due to grain deficit
S. Korea suspends trade with N. Korea
S. Korea suspends trade with N. Korea
S. Korea suspends trade with N. Korea
Public Transportation, 2010
2009
Border traffic normalized between Koreas
Japan to extend N Korea sanctions
Japan to extend N Korea sanctions
U.S. imposes sanctions on N. Korea firm
Japan to extend N Korea sanctions
Public Transportation, 2009
2007
Inter-Korean train service starts
Japan extends N Korea sanctions
N. Korea receives oil shipment
Korean trains in historic link-up
Japan extends N Korea sanctions
N. Korea receives oil shipment
Japan extends N Korea sanctions
Inter-Korean train service starts
Korean trains in historic link-up
2006
U.S., North Korea meet one-on-one
U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea
New sanctions target North Korea
U.S., North Korea meet one-on-one
U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea
U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea
New sanctions target North Korea
N Korea calls off DMZ rail trial
2005
Seoul boosts food aid to N. Korea
Seoul boosts food aid to N. Korea
Business Sanctions, 2005 Public Transportation, 2005
2004
Koreas to open new transport link
Koreas to open new transport link
Business Sanctions, 2004
Koreas to open new transport link
2003
Railway reconnects two Koreas
Politics, 2003 Business Sanctions, 2003
Railway reconnects two Koreas
2002
Oil shipments to N Korea frozen
Bush warns N. Korea on fuel shipments
Special economic zone 'ready for visitors'
Work began on railway to link Koreas
Politics, 2002
Oil shipments to N Korea frozen
Work began on railway to link Koreas

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N Korea funds transfer 'to begin'. China Airlines to avoid N Korea rocket    Japan: Three Asian airlines are making changes to flight paths to avoid a North Korean rocket launch due to take place between 12 and 16 April N Korea facing hunger due to grain deficit  UN: About 5 million North Koreans will continue to face food shortages. The government plans to import only 325,000 metric tons Seoul boosts food aid to N. Korea  South Korea: South agreed to provide the North with 500,000 tons in rice aid as the countries vowed to boost economic ties Inter-Korean train service starts




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  South Korea: The first cargo train providing regular service across the border between the two Koreas in more than a half century left for the North
May.16 Korean trains in historic link-up
  A pair of passenger trains have crossed the heavily fortified border for the first time in more than 50 years.    The 5-carriage trains, one travelling from the North and one from the Sou...
2003 Jun.13 Railway reconnects two Koreas
  Workers have reconnected railway lines between the countries in a special ceremony, the first time in 50 years 2002 Sep.17 Work began on railway to link Koreas  South Korea: Both countres expressed hope the monumental project would bring peace to their divided peninsula



North Korea, Business Business Sanctions Timeline ... See World Business Sanctions timeline Top ^
2013 Mar.11 US expands North Korea sanctions  Washington: The US has imposed sanctions on North Korea's primary foreign exchange bank and 4 individuals, amid heightened tensions 2009 Jul.30 U.S. imposes sanctions on N. Korea firm. Washington Apr.9 Japan to extend N Korea sanctions  Japan's government has decided to extend economic sanctions for another year over N Korea recent rocket launch 2007 Oct.8 Japan extends N Korea sanctions 2006 Oct.14 U.N. slaps sanctions on North Korea
  UN Security Council: The Council voted unanimously to slap trade, travel and other sanctions
 The vote had been delayed because of concerns by China and Russia. The US has revised its draft to remove the threat of military action and reduced the total embargo on military equipment
2002 Nov.14 Oil shipments to N Korea frozen  The U. S. and its East Asian and European allies have voted to suspend fuel deliveries to the Communist nation



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2013 Jan.3 Google chairman Schmidt to visit N. Korea  San Francisco Bay Area: Google chairman Eric Schmidt will be traveling to North Korea with former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson



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2013 Sep.15 Two Koreas begin Kaesong restart
Map of Kaesong North Korea  South workers have returned to the Kaesong industrial park in North, five months after work was halted amid high political tension Aug.14 North, South Korea agree to reopen Kaesong complex Map of Kaesong North Korea  North Korea and South Korea agreed to reopen the Kaesong Industrial Complex, a joint manufacturing zone that the North shuttered



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2013 Dec.15 North Korean execution 'will not alter trade goals'   North Korea's execution of senior figure Chang Song-thaek will not alter its economic goals, an official said 2010 May.23 S. Korea suspends trade with N. Korea
  South Korea: South Korea is suspending trade with North Korea, closing its waters to the North's ships and adopting a newly aggressive military posture
2009 Aug.31 Border traffic normalized between Koreas  Cross-border traffic between North and South Korea returned to normal, ending eight months of restrictions imposed by the North



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2010 Apr.6 Red Star operating system details emerge  Information about a home-grown computer operating system was made public by a Russian blogger studying in North Korea



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2013 Jun.3 N Korea reactor ‘near completion’ Map of Yongbyon North Korea  North Korea is making 'important' progress on reactivating facilities at its moth-balled Yongbyon nuclear reactor, a US think-tank says



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2007 Jul.13 N. Korea receives oil shipment  North Korea has started unloading the first shipment of oil to be delivered under a key nuclear disarmament deal



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2013 Apr.26 S Korea 'withdraws from joint complex'   South Korea says it is withdrawing its remaining workers from the Kaesong zone, a jointly-run industrial complex in North Korea Apr.8   N. Korea pulling workers out of joint industrial zone
  North Korea said that it would pull out all its workers and temporarily suspend operations at the industrial complex it jointly operates with the South