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Salt, salt everywhere; but not enough on East Coast

first_img Facebook Twitter NewsEconomy Despite a bumper harvest from the salt farms of the West Sea thanks to a good weather, the salt in stock is running short on the East Sea since the fish catch has increased. A source from North Hamkyung Province said on the 13rd that “As the haul of herring, arabesque greenling and squid has increased, so the price of salt is soaring.”The source added that “In Rajin-Sunbong, the price of salt per kilogram has been recorded at the highest; 1,500 won. Relatively, the salt price has soared higher than the rice price this year.” In the last year, the salt price in the Hamkyung Provinces was from 120 to 150 North Korean won per kilogram. As of September, the salt prices were 600 won in Rajin, 300 won in Hoiryeong and 400 won in Hyesan. At the same time, in Shinuiju, Nampo and Haeju, all of which lie by the West coast, the salt price was 180 won, 200 won and 180 won respectively. Despite abundant salt production, all is not wellThe major salt production place in North Korea is the West coast. On the West Coast where the tides rise and falls sharply many salt farms were built and bay salt is produced. The source said that “Although we have sea on two sides, the east coast doesn’t have much salt production. Workers for the salt farms steal salt and hide it in their homes and when the salt price rises, around the time of the kimchi preparation season, they sell the salt in the jangmadang.” “The weather was so good this year, so the salt production sharply increased. But due to the lack of transportation, salt is piled like mountains on the salt farms,” explained the source. However, especially in Yeomjoo and Jeungsan, North Pyongan Province, early in August there were heavy rains, so salt piled up on the farms was destroyed, causing much damage, according to the source. The marine-products organization has crying eyesOn the other hand, the East Coast areas are suffering from a severe salt crisis due to steeply increased hauls of fish. The soaring salt prices are stirring up prices inland. The source said that “Although people have heard that salt production has been abundant in the West Coast areas, the salt prices are so unstable because salt has not been conveyed to locations of high demand in the proper time.” According to the explanation of the source, there is no refrigeration equipment in North Korea, so the only ways to preserve fish are salting and drying. There are salt farms on the East Coast but they are not sufficient for demand. The Marine-products organizations in Wonsan, Heungnam, Chongjin, Rajin and other major cities on the East Coast are suffering from the lack of salt, rendering marine products inedible. He said that the East Coast Marine-products organizations cannot purchase salt because they don’t have the resources to go directly to the West Coast.The salt prices which amounted to 120 or 150 won per kilogram last year have risen to 400 or 500 won. When the season for preparing kimchi comes in October, the prices will skyrocket, according to the prediction of the source. There are signs that North Korea is running into serious difficulties with its corn harvest AvatarDaily NKQuestions or comments about this article? Contact us at [email protected] News News SHAREcenter_img News RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Salt, salt everywhere; but not enough on East Coast North Korea Market Price Update: June 8, 2021 (Rice and USD Exchange Rate Only) By Daily NK – 2008.09.19 6:22pm US dollar and Chinese reminbi plummet against North Korean won once againlast_img read more

Maha CM lays foundation stone of IUIH Medicity in Nagpur

first_img Read Article Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Maha CM lays foundation stone of IUIH Medicity in Nagpur Share Related Posts Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19”center_img MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” IUIH programme proposes to set up 11 new Indo UK Institutes for Health in India accompanied by strategic clinical and training partnerships with UK’s National Health Service (NHS) organisations, universities and private sector companiesMaharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis recently laid the foundation stone of the first ‘Indo UK Institute of Health Medicity’ (IUIH) in Nagpur. The IUIH programme was included as a commercial announcement in the joint statement during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the UK in November 2015. It included proposal to set up 11 new Indo UK Institutes for Health in India accompanied by strategic clinical and training partnerships with UK’s National Health Service (NHS) organisations, universities and private sector companies.Fadnavis said it is historical moment that such a reputed and huge medicity initiative is rolling out from Nagpur. “Globally, the cost of healthcare is going up, however, advanced medical treatment will be available at 50 per cent less price here and it will boost medical tourism in Maharashtra,” said Fadnavis on the occasion.He said we were working for the early launch of this project for last six-months and assured of support and help in necessary clearances for the project. The IUIH programme led by Dr Ajay Rajan Gupta, Group MD and CEO, aims to deliver this vision by developing IUIH Medicities and IUIH Clinics across India. Each medicity will include a 1,000-bed hospital in close partnership with one of the UK’s leading NHS hospitals.“IUIH is launching its first medicity from Nagpur and it’s first of its venture anywhere in the world starting from India. It has a vision to provide integrated healthcare across India by partnering with global leaders in research, education, technology, manufacturing and healthcare delivery. “The first medicity is being developed in association with King’s College Hospital, London, with an investment outlay of Rs 1,600 crore,” said Group MD and CEO Ajay Rajan Gupta. Medicity in Nagpur will have all modern medical facilities with a campus having hotel, retail, commercial and residential facilities, he said.In the first a 250-bed hospital will be completed in next three years and the entire project is expected to be completed in next seven to eight years, said Gupta. Out of 11 medicities, the next will be launched at Amravati (Andhra Pradesh) on August 16 and then at Hyderabad on August 18.Jane Grady, Deputy Director, Trade, Economics and Prosperity, British High Commission, said “The NHS is considered to be the best integrated healthcare system in the world. Through IUIH we are excited to bring to India the UK’s expertise in training, innovation and clinical delivery that make the NHS one of the world’s best healthcare system.” The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals By salil sule on August 14, 2017 News last_img read more

Inquiry sought into closure of Donegal Animal Hospital

first_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Inquiry sought into closure of Donegal Animal Hospital By News Highland – August 31, 2019 WhatsApp Pinterest Facebook AudioHomepage BannerNews Twitter Pinterest Facebook News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme center_img Google+ Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Previous articleRoads flooded following heavy overnight rainNext articleEfforts to secure support for Mica affected homeowners News Highland Twitter Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Google+ Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows WhatsApp Veterinary Ireland is calling for an immediate investigation by the Department of Agriculture and the Veterinary Council of Ireland into the closure of the Donegal Animal Hospital.The practice was leased to corporate body Independent Vet Care in January this year.IVC said the closure announced last week was due to staffing difficulties and regulatory issues.Veterinary Ireland say reports of distressed animals being left without veterinary care due to the closue of the facility is a major concern.Hannah Quinn-Mulligan is News Correspondent with the Irish Farmers Journal………….Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/mulliganweb.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Community Enhancement Programme open for applicationslast_img read more