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(Yonhap Interview) Chinese scholar rosy about inter-Korean talks on factory park

2013/08/09 11:23

By Kim Deok-hyun

BEIJING, Aug. 9 (Yonhap) -- South and North Korea could eventually narrow their differences and reopen their troubled joint factory zone in the communist country, a Chinese foreign-policy scholar said Friday, sounding a note of optimism about next week's fresh talks to revive it.

The last remaining symbol of inter-Korean reconciliation, the Kaesong Industrial Complex located in the North's border city of the same name has been shuttered since early April amid high tensions triggered by Pyongang's third nuclear test in February.