North Korea Slams Door on South at Shared Factory - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

North Korea has stopped allowing South Koreans into the Kaesong industrial zone. The complex is just 10km from the border. The park opened in 2004, boosting inter-Korean economic ties. Cheap Korean-speaking labour and tax breaks have drawn about 120 manufacturers from the South. Goods made include shoes, kitchenware, and watches. South Korea supplies the oil and electricity required to power the factories.



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