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Trump Wants China to Pay for Failing to Stop North Korea

16 July 2017, 03:47 | Marlene Myers

Trump Wants China to Pay for Failing to Stop North Korea

Trump Wants China to Pay for Failing to Stop North Korea

China is buying less from North Korea as it implements United Nations sanctions aimed at reining in the nuclear ambitions of Kim Jong Un, according to a customs official.

Now, the Trump administration is reportedly considering a fresh round of sanctions against small Chinese financial firms and shell companies that conduct business with North Korea, two senior USA officials told Reuters.

China's overall imports from North Korea fell 13% compared to the first half of 2016, said Huang Songping, a spokesman for China's customs department.

"If Trump were to give up on Chinese support in terms of containing North Korea, then there's a risk of increased trade tensions between the US and China, which could negatively impact China's overall export performance", said Julian Evans-Pritchard, China economist at Capital Economics.

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The latest potential measures could also be posturing prior to next week's meetings, given Trump's tweet following his meeting with Xi at the Group of 20 summit in Hamburg, Germany over the weekend.

"I'm introducing a legislation that will create a global embargo against North Korea to shut off access to the U.S. financial systems and the systems and sources of trade that wish to continue to do business with North Korea", Gardner said in a statement. Imports have fallen since March, when they declined 36.5 percent, he said. But Huang said the total trade figure in the first six months was US$2.55 billion, an increase of 10.5 percent.

"China has been constantly executing the UN Security Council resolution in a comprehensive, precise, earnest and strict way", Huang said. They slid 41.6 percent in April, 31.6 percent in May and 28.9 percent in June.

China has slashed imports of coal from North Korea even as overall trade between the countries continues to rise. Those imports all came before February 18, an illustration of how China has enforced sanctions, Huang said.



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