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China's North Korean art market soars despite sanctions
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On the Chinese border, state-sponsored Pyongyang painters are playing a larger role in lining the regime's pockets as international sanctions have cut off other cash supplies.
On the Chinese border, state-sponsored Pyongyang painters are playing a larger role in lining the regime's pockets as international sanctions have cut off other cash supplies.
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