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Multi-million dollar projects can boost North Korea-U.S. nuclear talks: South Korea minister

Reuters Thursday, 27 June 2019
Inter-Korea commercial projects that can channel millions of dollars a year to Pyongyang may be used as leverage to boost talks on ending poor and isolated North Korea's nuclear program, the South's point man on the North said on Thursday.
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