KCNA keeps it succinct on Google visit

From Foreign Policy Tue Jan 8 2013, 16:01:46

Aside from some interesting syntax, there's not much to be gleaned form the Korean Central News Agency's report on Eric Schmidt and Bill Richardson's arrival in the country:

Delegation of Google Corp. of U.S. Arrives

Pyongyang, January 7 (KCNA) -- A delegation of the Google Corp. of the U.S. headed by Bill Richardson, former governor of New Mexico State, arrived here on Monday by air.

It's a general rule with KCNA items that the bigger a story it is, the less they write. A highly-unusual high-profile U.S. delegation gets 30 words. "DPRK's satellite launch hailed by Nigerian organization" gets over 200. 

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