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Last summer, New Zealand aircraft manufacturer Pacific Aerospace was charged with breaking new United Nations sanctions after aircraft it sold to a Chinese company ended up on a runway in North Korea. The company pled guilty. It will be sentenced in January; penalties may take the form of substantial fines or imprisonment of up to 12 months for individual executives.

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