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Removal of Japan from whitelist to take effect this month

Impact of Japan’s export curbs on South Korea limited so far.
South Korea is on track toward excluding Japan from its export control whitelist this month, in a tit-for-tat response to Tokyo’s earlier decision to remove Seoul from its list of preferred trading partners.
According to the Industry Ministry on Sunday, the government is set to complete its public opinion-gathering process Tuesday, a necessary step before it can make a public announcement and implement the change to the nation’s export control system.
On Aug. 12, the Industry Ministry announced that Korea would drop Japan as a preferred trading partner in September in response to Tokyo’s earlier decision to exclude Seoul from its whitelist.
Since the announcement the ministry has solicited opinions through its website, as well as by email, fax or postal mail, by the deadline of Sept. 3. The government will then

By The Korea Herald

September 2, 2019


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