MAJOR COMMERCIAL CITIES: Pyongyang, Hamhung, Namp'o, Sunch'on
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS: Pyongyang International Airport
MAJOR SEAPORTS: Nampo, Rajin, Chongjin, Wonsan, and Hamhung
RAIL AND ROADWAYS: The Korean State Railway is the only rail operator in North Korea. It has a network of over 6,000 kilometres (3,700 mi) of standard gauge and 400 kilometres (250 mi) of narrow gauge (762 mm or 30.0 in) lines; as of 2007, over 5,400 kilometres (3,400 mi) of the standard gauge (well over 80%), along with 295.5 kilometres (183.6 mi) of the narrow gauge lines are electrified. The narrow gauge segment runs in the Haeju peninsula. The road network was estimated to be around 31,200 kilometres (19,400 mi) in 1999, up from between 23,000 kilometres (14,000 mi) and 30,000 kilometres (19,000 mi) in 1990, of which only 1,717 kilometres (1,067 mi), 7.5%, are paved. However, The World Factbook (published by the US Central Intelligence Agency) lists 25,554 kilometres (15,879 mi) of roads with only 724 kilometres (450 mi) paved as of 2006.
EXPORT GOODS: The top exports of North Korea are Watch Movements ($49.2M), Fake Hair($31.1M), Ferroalloys ($30.1M), Instructional Models ($16.4M), and Tungsten Ore ($12.6M)
EXPORT PARTNERS: exporting mostly to China ($207M), Suriname ($19.8M), Costa Rica ($7.47M), Ghana($7.35M), and Fiji ($7.13M)
IMPORT GOODS: The top imports of North Korea are Synthetic Filament Yarn Woven Fabric($171M), Soybean Oil ($127M), Rice ($77.6M), Wheat Flours ($76.6M), and Other Clocks and Watches ($73.8M)
IMPORT PARTNERS: importing mostly from China ($2.59B), Russia ($44.9M), Brazil ($19.9M), India ($10.4M), and Honduras ($7.73M)