Vladimír Urbánek (Kurzy.cz)
Markets  |  3.4.2013 9:08:06

North Korea to prevent the entry of South Korean workers in joint industrial zone


According to agency reports North Korea to prevent the entry of South Korean workers in the industrial park area common Gaeseong. This happened for the first time since 2009. North Korea has previously advised the possible closure of the entire industrial zone in response to overflights American "invisible" bombers over the Korean peninsula.

According to estimates concerned industrial zone produces annually for the North Korean side of the profit of $ 100 million and about 400 mill.USD also generates for South Korea. It is estimated that the operation zone is vitally dependent around 200,000 North Koreans meant workers and their families.

For the 120 companies in the jihokoresjkých Gaeseongu operates about 53,000 North Korean workers. The zone is located approximately 16 kilometers north of the demilitarized zone. In the zone operates approximately 860 South Korean workers.

According to the companies operating in the zone restriction does not limit the operation of the entire zone, which works as usual.

According to the most recent comments are Gaeseong running a joint project of this kind, and neither side can afford to its full completion.

Tensions on the Korean peninsula is now the highest since 2010, when North Korea carried out a nuclear test last bomb. North Korea announced yesterday that it will resume operation of its "nuclear" devices and programs that have been closed since 2007, under the terms agreed with the U.S., South Korea, China, Russia and Japan.

It is estimated that the DPRK has a 24 to 42 kg of plutonium, which could serve to produce 4-8 nuclear bombs.

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