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Q&A Cook & Beattie / UN Nokor / The resolution would also freeze the assets and ban travel of officials with the Korea Mining Development Trading Corporation (KOMID), the North's chief arms dealer and Tanchon Commercial Bank, which finances Pyongyang's arms trade. And, the sanctions blacklist two other entities, the Second Academy of Natural Sciences and the Korea Complex Equipment Import Corporation, both linked to North Korea's military. Korea analyst Malcolm Cook, dean of international relations at Australia's Flinders University, tells VOA's Victor Beattie these new sanctions, if approved, could further narrow North Korea's ability to finance both its nuclear and missile programs