Using North Korea to produce cheap clothes shows that for every door that is closed by ever-tightening UN sanctions, another one may open.
The kin of the victims complained about lack of information and asked why they weren’t moved earlier. At least 93 people are missing, and 10 confirmed dead.
While 3,000 rescue workers are on-site, geological experts state that the chances of survival for those still missing were slim to none.
China has been cutting the number of workers from North Korea it allows in by tightening checks on potential workers and making the paperwork more difficult
Current UN sanctions target luxury goods and materials that could be used for North Korea’s banned nuclear and ballistic missile programmes.