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Hyesan

 

a city in the People’s Democratic Republic of Korea. Capital of Yanggang-do (Yanggang Province). Population, more than 50,000. Hyesan is a transportation center. Industry is represented by sawmilling, machine building, food processing, and the production of textiles (especially linen), furniture, and paper. Coal and iron ore are mined nearby.

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Denominated in the domestic currency, Korean people's won (KPW), the price crossed the 5,000 KPW/ kilogram mark in the border city of Hyesan, Ryanggang province, shortly before the death of Kim Jong-il on December 17 that year.
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Widespread food shortage in the country had forced another man to kill and eat a girl three years ago in Hyesan.
The measures, carried out under the order of leader Kim Jong Il, were taken in the vicinities of the northwestern border city of Sinuiju, the northeastern border city of Hyesan and in other border areas, the source said.
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China's Jilin Province also has cooperated with the Hyesan Youth Copper Mine (containing the largest copper deposit in Asia), Manp'o Zinc and Lead Mine, and the Hoeryo'ng Gold Mine in the DPRK.
20 near the Hyesan and Paekam areas in Yanggang Province, is showing no signs of slowing down and has spread as far as Pyongan and Kangwon provinces after affecting nearby Hamkyong and Jagang provinces,'' Yonhap quoted a source close to North Korea as saying.
For the 23-year-old school friends from the border city of Hyesan, being sold to Chinese men - knowingly or unknowingly - was the way to make money for their families.
The women resided near Hyesan University of the Arts in the northern Ryanggang Province and were detained by police officials for recording the South Korean drama, which is based on a true story of a North Korean dancer whoAaAeAeA defected to the South in the 1990s, (http://www.
The Telegraph quoted a local newspaper report as saying that at least seven North Koreans were trying to cross into the Chinese province of Jilin from Hyesan in Yanggang province.