Makkawity (makkawity) wrote,

Чосон Ильбо, но..
Gasoline appears to be in short supply in North Korea amid signs that China has cut off the flow to dissuade the North from conducting another nuclear test.

Some gas stations in Pyongyang are selling gasoline only to the cars of staff of international organizations or diplomats, while others have closed down, the Associated Press reported Saturday.

Long lines of cars formed in front of gas stations and prices have surged from 70 to 80 cents per kilogram to more than US$1.25. Gasoline is sold by the kilogram rather than liter there.


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