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or trade luxury goods daily life in North Korea is unlikely to be affected because most of the things that no Williams you know come from China and the Chinese company , the U. S. sanctions may be symbolic but ultimately there only a step toward the far more meaningful punishment for Pyongyang UN sanctions well matter more to go they will have to be approved by China , in the form of a vote at the security council where China is , well a permanent member Beijing is upset with the north protecting nukes on its doorstep but it still Pyongyang's number one ally it worried that UN sanctions could cripple north Korea's economy and a vote in favor of harsher penalties still looks a long way off we have yet to see any indication mn security council are close to coming up with a draft resolution , difficulty getting China mn those tough sanctions that will actually have an impact on North Korea , so far this week the Obama administration put on a happy face top adviser Susan right thing Monday here that China come on board after the north quote outrageous behavior