Why economic cooperation could be the stumbling block at the inter-Korea summit

The leaders of North and South Korea might stumble over barriers to economic cooperation when they meet for their historic summit in the border village of Panmunjom on Friday, diplomatic sources said. Although South Korea wanted to revive relations with a North Korea battered by United Nations and US sanctions, Seoul was not expected to present a detailed economic cooperation plan at the meeting, the sources said.  Korea summit: is Kim Jong-un sincere? Here’s how to tell A…