Two Koreas to start cargo trains by year-end

North and South Korea agreed on Thursday to set up their first regular freight train service over the heavily armed border in more than half a century. South Korea has been pushing to restore rail links that had been cut by the 1950-1953 Korean War so it could shuttle items to an industrial park it operates just north of the border where its companies use cheap North Korean labour and land to make goods. Full Story

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