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Two Koreas fail to agree on reviving joint factory estate

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North and South Korea failed Wednesday to reach agreement on reopening their jointly-run industrial estate as they wrangled over who was to blame for its shutdown. 

South Korean soldiers stand at a military checkpoint leading to the Kaesong joint industrial complex in North Korea, on July 10, 2013. North and South Korea have failed to reach agreement on reopening their jointly-run industrial estate as they wrangled over who was to blame for its shutdown.

A fourth round of talks about the complex again ended without agreement, but the two sides will meet again next Monday, said Seoul's chief delegate Kim Ki-Woong.

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