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Najin

 

a city and port in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. It is located on the northeastern coast of the Korean Peninsula, in naturally formed, ice-free Najin Bay in the Sea of Japan, in North Hamgyong Province. Population, 38,500 (1962). The shipbuilding and food-processing industries are located there.

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Ms Rason added: "That's more than 600 people who could still be driving, perhaps without even knowing there was a problem with their sight.
The Korean Central News Agency said he was taken into custody in Rason, a special economic zone in the far north near China and Russia, while touring the area.
Likely reasons for the interest in Singapore are to learn from it how to attract direct foreign investment and how best to manage its new special economic zones in Rason and Hwanggumphyong.
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There has also been renewed interest in developing the port city of Rason, which is near the China-Russia-North Korea border, as a special economic zone.
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16) It lies inside a special administrative region called Rason, one of four special economic zones in North Korea.
34) James to Rason, 26 May 1905, James Letterbooks, MSS 412/1, p24-5, Mitchell Library, Sydney.