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Taedong River, Wonsan, internal trade, Major ports, western coast

The railroad system of North Korea is electrified along most of its 8,530 km (5,300 mi) of track. It has direct links to China and Russia. There are 31,200 km (19,387 mi) of roads, of which only 6 percent are paved. The Taedong River is important to internal trade; the total length of inland waterways is about 2,250 km (1,400 mi). Major ports include Namp’o and Haeju on the western coast and Ch’ongjin and Wonsan on the eastern coast.



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