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Japanese importers complain of uncertainty over direct damage

2019-08-21T03:05:21.080Z

Companies affected by Japanese export regulations are more concerned about the uncertainty of management conditions as the availability of necessary materials becomes more opaque than the direct damages of regulations.


Companies affected by Japanese export regulations are more concerned about the uncertainty of management conditions as the availability of necessary materials becomes more opaque than the direct damages of regulations.

The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy said, "We are conducting a complete investigation into the supply and demand trends, difficulties and governmental support needs of companies with 159 managed items related to export regulations in Japan."

Most of the companies in the survey argue that there is no direct damage to date, but that government support is needed due to increased import uncertainty.

The company's insecurity is attributed to the fact that there were two export licenses for photoresist after Japan's export control measures, but it was not clear how Japan's white list exclusion would affect the overall regulatory trend.

Currently, the Ministry of Industry and Industry is conducting a survey on more than 10,000 companies in more than 10 industries including semiconductors, electronics, automobiles, and chemicals, together with the Financial Services Commission and the Small and Medium Venture Business Department. Status.

In case of corporate counseling, more than 2,200 inquiries were received on an average of 200 or more per day since the 5th of the day when the material parts supply and demand support center (☎ 1670-7072) and the Strategic Material Management Center (☎ 02-6000-6400) opened. I'm in.

Source: sbskr

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