Projects finished in DPRK

Pyongyang, September 8 (KCNA) — Several projects have been finished in Korea on the threshold of the 50th anniversary of the DPRK.

Haeju-Ongjin and Singangryong-Pupho broad-gauge railways have been opened to traffic, considerably increasing transport capacity in areas of Ongjin and Kangryong.
They will be helpful to the development of the national economy and provide inhabitants with better traffic conditions.
An electric furnace was rebuilt on an expansion basis at the October 13 Youth Smeltery. As a result, output has doubled and processes of production have been put on modern lines.
Pyongyang ostrich farm was built.
This farm, the first of its kind in the country, has a total plottage of 20,000 square metres and is fully equipped with facilities necessary for raising ostrich and hatching eggs.
A Rajin granite mine was built on the east coast in the northern end of the country. The mine, with streamlined production processes, will turn out a large quantity of flagstones and gravel of high quality for export.
Besides, many projects have been completed one after another.

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