Exported from India
What are the goods traded.
NK has close trading relations with Myanmar.
oil meals cotton yarn, fabrics, made-ups etc, other ores and minerals, drugs, pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals,
inorganic/organic/agro chemicals, petroleum products, manufactures of metals electronic goods non-ferrous metals, machinery and
instruments, gems & jewellery, dyes/antidotes & coal tar chemicals, iron & steal bar/rod etc., finished leather, chemical and allied products, primary & semi-finished iron & steal and meat & preparations.
Iron & Steel are imported from North Korea.
NK has the potential to becomes India's Pakistan in the future
According to legends, King Kim Suro of the ancient Kaya Kingdom in Korea married with Ayodiya’s Princess of India way back in A.D. 45;
Important Bilateral Treaties and Agreements with brief notes
i) Agreement between DPRK and India on co-operation in the field of
Science and Technology signed on 8.5.1991 (initially valid for 5 years
unless decided for its termination by any of the parties). A Protocol was to be signed later for implementation of the agreement, which has not been done so far.
ii)Agreement on Scientific Cooperation between State Academy of DPRK and Indian National Science Academy signed on 14.6.1994 (initially valid for two years and then to be automatically extended for five years if not terminated by either of the parties).
iii) Protocol on Cooperation between the Ministry of External Affairs of India and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of DPRK signed on 17.2.1998 (initially valid for five years and then to be automatically extended for a further period of five years unless decided for its termination by any of the parties).
iv)A Cultural agreement between India and DPRK was signed in 1976. The CEP for 2003-06 signed in September 2003 expired 2006. The draft CEP for 2006-2009 is being finalized.
v) An agreement on cooperation in the field of information between India and DPRK was signed in April 2006.