Democratic People`s Republic of Korea saves a distribution rationing system though the Seoul authorities have hasty informed on its cancellationthe sensational MSG which have Flown the world on full replacement in Democratic People`s Republic of Korea of a rationing system free trade in practice were not CFMed, the correspondent " passes; News ".
> According to South Korean agency Renhap, informed circles in Tokyo having extensive communications in Pyongyang, bear that no cancellation of system of distribution there has occurred. It is a question only of increase in the price which inhabitants of the country should pay, for example, for fig. RCVed by cards So if before 1 kg of rice cost only 0,1 North Korean vony henceforth its cost will make 45.
About preservation of system of distribution in Democratic People`s Republic of Korea SPK also reports of experts of the World food programme working in Pyongyang. Under their data, in July the central North Korean government has temporarily reduced a diet of the rice distributed by cards, W 350 B4 300 grammes a day.
on Friday, on July, 19th, the South Korean authorities have extended in MSG mass-media referring to " informed circles " ABT cancellation in Northern Korea systems of the socialist centralised distribution of the basic foodstuff and the goods. Thus the information has been presented as a beginning sign " large changes " and " course changes " in Northern Korea that try to achieve in Seoul. Thereupon observers believe that the Seoul authorities is simple " have given out wished for valid ".
In practice the system of distribution operating in Democratic People`s Republic of Korea W 50 - h years of the XX-th century, has ceased to function really in the middle of 90 - h years when the country has faced consequences of catastrophic flooding and droughts. Having converted 2 the international community behind food aid on the one hand, the management of Democratic People`s Republic of Korea has expanded then a network of free trade with foodstuff and the goods of the first necessity through the country markets. However these measures were not advertised and have been presented as " temporarily necessary ".