An Associated Press investigation has found that as of the end of 2014, more than $10 billion worth of food had been imported from China, Japan and Vietnam for processing, packaging and retail purposes.
The AP traced the origins of the food, including what products had been used to manufacture the products, to the Chinese and Japanese firms responsible for the processing.
The Associated Press found that the majority of these products were imported from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan.
But some products were made in the United States and were exported from those countries to China.
In the process, food imports from these countries accounted for about $2.7 billion in food exports in 2014, a decline of more than 50 percent over the previous year.
The U.S. exported $2 billion worth.
Most of the products originated from China and Japan.
Some were manufactured in China, and some came from Hong Kong and Macau.
In addition, U.N. inspectors have found that Chinese firms have been accused of violating U. N. sanctions against the North Korean regime.
The Chinese and Chinese firms were responsible for most of the shipments of food from the United Nations to North Korea, which the U. S. government has called an arms embargo.
This means that the food imports were used to support North Korea’s weapons programs, according to the U,N.
A report released in September by the U.,N.
Food and Agriculture Organization said the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia also imported food for processing into products that have been shown to be used to produce and sell nuclear weapons.
Some of the goods were exported to North Korean entities that are banned from international trade, and U.B.C. inspectors say that North Korea has been trying to skirt U. n. sanctions.
It has also been suspected of using food as a cover for illegal chemical and biological weapons research.
In recent months, U,S.
officials have said they have identified the Chinese firms responsible.
But the AP’s investigation has shown that some of the Chinese imports are destined for the United Sates and are still on the U.’s list of prohibited imports, which are the most stringent sanctions in the world.
Some food has been purchased from a U.A.E. company, known as the Lendlease Group, based in Singapore.
The Lendleases also own a restaurant chain called Joes, and they are the largest restaurant operator in China.
The restaurant chain’s founder, Lai Jian, is accused of using his connections in Beijing to help him purchase the food that was destined for North Korea.
The food that the AP traced was sold to a restaurant called Joo Kwan.
Joo kwan is owned by Jang Hae Song, a former head of the U’s Food and Agricultural Security Office.
The Joo-Kwan chain’s food was destined to be sold in North Korea through Jang and Lai.
Jang, a North Korean who lives in the U States, is charged with violating sanctions on the country’s nuclear program by trying to buy North Korean goods and products for his company.
He was arrested in December, and a U-N.
panel in August ruled in favor of him.
The North Korean food that Lai and Jang were trying to sell to North Koreans was in violation of U.n. sanctions on weapons programs.
But in a letter to the Associated Press on Tuesday, Lang Chunghwa, the head of North Korea-U.N.-related affairs for China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, wrote that the U’n had found no evidence to indicate that North Koreans have been purchasing food from Lendlelease Group.
“This report has not been produced as a direct result of the Laundered Food and Nutrition Program (LNGNP), or by the LNGNP staff as a whole, but only because the L. L.J. is a member of the APC,” he wrote.
“If the APCs own company or Launded Foods are suspected to be involved in illegal trade activities, the AP Commission would be able to take appropriate action to ensure the compliance of U,s.
The AP has received complaints from the APCC about LaundeLore products, and the APCO’s food inspectors have been sent to North Korea to investigate, according the AP report.
But officials from LaundeyLore did not respond to a request for comment from the Associated AP.