Japan adopts list of embargoed goods to N. Korea

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November 14, 2006 02:42

 
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Japan's Cabinet adopted a list of embargoed items to North Korea as part of sanctions against Pyongyang following a nuclear test last month, a news report said Tuesday. Kyodo News agency said that Tokyo drew up the list in line with UN sanctions put in place after Pyongyang's test on Oct. 9. Japan has banned all of North Korea's vessels from Japanese ports, all imports from North Korea and severely limiting travel from the country since the test.

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