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Presidents Clinton and Kim Young-sam of South Korea reasserted that North Korea will have to open all its nuclear sites for inspection if it wants a modern nuclear power plant, gratis. The statements come on the heels of a jarring disclosure yesterday, when North Korea said it might restart an experimental reactor if two new replacements from the South and the U.S. weren't guaranteed. The U.S. might ask wealthy Asian nations to help foot the $4 billion bill for the nuke plants, which are considered less likely to be useful in producing nuclear weapons.