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Kim Jong Il Inspects Feb. 8 Vinalon Complex

08-03-2010 14:41 BJT

PYONGYANG, Aug. 3 (Xinhua) -- Kim Jong Il, top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), has made an inspection tour to the Feb. 8 Vinalon Complex, the Rodong Sinmun reported on Tuesday.

According to the newspaper, Kim praised the workers for having sharply boosted the vinalon production and significantly improved the quality of vinalon cotton, making great contribution to the prosperity of the country and the happiness of the people, as the vinalon cotton is directly related to improving the people's living standard.

Kim stressed that the complex should constantly increase production and continue to improve the product quality by scientific and technological means.

It is necessary to guarantee that the complex has sufficiently supply of electricity and materials, and do a good job in equipment and technical management, so as to keep the equipment running at a full capacity,

According to the DPRK's media, Kim Jong Il has recently inspected several factories successively.

Editor:Jin Lin |Source: Xinhua

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