The effect of sanctions on North Korea

North Korea says that domestic production has replaced products unavailable due to sanctions and Al Jazeera has found both full shelves and foreign products readily available.

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    Just days before a summit between rival leaders on the Korean Peninsula, Al Jazeera has been granted rare access to the capital, Pyongyang, and has been taking a look at life inside the secretive country.

    Al Jazeera's James Bays reports on the effect of sanctions on the communist nation.


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