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North Korea Seen Unlikely to Change Despite Chronic Food Shortage

North Korea’s food production could drop more than 10 percent this year, raising new concern about the country’s constant struggle to feed its people, the U.N. agricultural agency said. North Korea is projected to produce 3.7 million tons of rice and corn this year, a 14 percent decrease from 4.3 million tons last year, according to a report by the Food and Agriculture Organization released Thursday. North Korea’s food production has often been hampered by drought. State media reported...

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