I know I should not expose my ignorance in this manner (You have done it in so many other ways, why worry? - Editor) but has anyone explained to the Abe Cabinet that because the United States of America and the Republic of South Korea have signed a Free Trade Agreement--and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea has established a Special Economic Zone in Kaesong--and a rail link has just opened connecting Kaesong to the South that will complement the existing road link--it is possible that large quantities of goods manufactured or assembled in North Korea are going soon to be loaded upon ships for tariff-free export to the United States?
Wouldn't that be a Schieffer-Abe tête-à-tête worth having on DVD?
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