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North Korea took 70 percent of workers' wages at joint economic zone

12 hours ago
South Korea on Sunday defended its decision to abruptly pull out of an inter-Korean industrial zone, claiming 70 percent of wages for North Korean workers were for years used to fund Pyongyang's nuclear and missile ...
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