Hurt in past by false dawns, Chinese businessman is wary of bets on North Korea opening up

Wang Chenglin, who runs a construction machinery distributor, poses for a picture at his office in Dandong, China June 11, 2018. Picture: REUTERS/Brenda Goh

DANDONG, China – Property speculators in China may be betting that Tuesday’s US-North Korea summit is poised to unlock riches across the border but Chinese construction machinery dealer Wang Chenglin is far from convinced. Like many business owners in Dandong, through which most of North Korea’s trade flows, Wang’s hopes have been dashed before. In […]

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