China implements UN sanctions on North Korea; Taiwan bans all trade

China has announced that it will begin to implement the most recent round of UN sanctions on North Korea (see previous blog).  In a statement, China’s ministry of Commerce said that all exports of condensates and natural gas liquids to North Korea would be banned immediately, and from 1 October exports of refined petroleum products to North Korea would also...

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