Pacific Aerospace Pleads Guilty In North Korea Exporting Case

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LONDON—New Zealand-based utility aircraft manufacturer Pacific Aerospace has pleaded guilty to indirectly exporting aircraft parts to North Korea. Customs New Zealand bought three charges over breaches of United Nations sanctions, and a single charge under Wellington’s own customs and excise laws...

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