Bilateral trade with North Korea has grown over the years


PETALING JAYA: Bilateral trade between Malaysia and North Korea has grown over the years, involving mainly palm oil and chemical products.

Statistics provided by the Malaysia External Trade Develop­ment Corp (Matrade) revealed that Malaysia’s exports to North Korea last year were mainly palm oil and palm-based agriculture products, paper and pulp products.

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