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U.N. official: North Korea's farm market controls causing hunger

Published 03/15/2010, Associated Press

Vitit Muntarbhorn said North Korea’s regime stopped small-scale farming and closed local markets last year as part of a long-term clampdown on the agricultural sector. Thieving from the military is also hurting the income of farmers and contributing to hunger, he said.

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