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November 27, 2021
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North Korea sees a decline in urea fertilizer imports from China

North Korean imports of urea fertilizer have recently declined, Daily NK has learned. This comes as South Korea experiences shortages of urea following a...

N. Hamgyong Province party committee censures workers for failing to abide by recycling rules

North Hamgyong Province's party committee turned over several workers at the food distributor to the provincial prosecutor’s office on Oct. 12 after they were...
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Teachers in Yanggang Province mobilized for the potato harvest

Daily NK has learned that teachers in Yanggang Province have recently been mobilized to harvest potatoes. A source says they are heading to the...

North Korea emphasizes strict management of grain supplies ahead of autumn harvest

North Korean authorities are stressing strict management of grain supplies ahead of the autumn harvest and have been engaging in political education efforts at...
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North Korea’s disappearing supply of soybean oil

Imported foodstuffs have grown even more scarce in North Korean markets with the continued closure of the Sino-North Korean border.  With even ordinary foodstuffs such...

N. Hamgyong Province party committee holds emergency meeting to discuss agriculture and pandemic-related issues

The provincial party assembly of North Hamgyong Province recently convened an emergency enlarged meeting following an enlarged meeting of the Third Political Bureau of...
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North Korea’s Socialist Women’s Union tasked with silk cocoon production quotas

Members of the Socialist Women's Union of Korea are quite unhappy after North Korean authorities recently gave them silk cocoon production quotas. North Korea was...

North Korean fruits and vegetable prices rise nearly twice as much as last year

Daily NK has learned that the prices of some fruits and vegetables in North Korea has recently skyrocketed to nearly twice last year’s prices....
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More than 100,000 livestock perish amid continued heat waves in North Korea

Heatwaves are leading to significant losses of livestock in North Korea and these deaths may have led to rising prices for livestock products in...
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Central Committee cadres are in South Hwanghae Province to boost grain production

North Korea is waging a struggle to boost agricultural production as Central Committee cadres visit several farms in the leading grain-producing region of South...

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