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Japan promulgates South Korean whitelist exclusion amendment Effective from 28th

2019-08-07T01:48:43.405Z

An amendment was announced today that excludes our country from the white list decided by the Japanese cabinet last week. Three weeks later, the trials will begin on the 28th. I'm correspondent for Tokyo Yuseongjae. Japan officially issued an amendment to the Enforcement Decree of the Export Trade Management Act today, which excludes South Korea from the list of preferential export countries.


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Last week, a seven-day amendment was issued to exclude the country from the white list decided by the Japanese cabinet. Three weeks later, the trials will begin on the 28th.

I'm correspondent for Tokyo Yuseongjae.

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Japan officially issued an amendment to the Enforcement Decree of the Export Trade Management Act today, which excludes South Korea from the list of preferential export countries.

The Japanese government published the amendment in the Internet Gazette this morning and made it public.

The Gazette stated that it would amend the Enforcement Decree of the Export Trade Management Act on the basis of the Foreign Exchange Foreign Trade Act, and said that it would remove South Korea from the list of export preferential countries in a separate table categorizing export countries.

As the amendment is issued today, South Korea will be officially exempted from Japan's list of export preferential countries from the 28th of the next day.

The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry will change the notices in accordance with the change of the Enforcement Decree.

Abe, who attended the 74th anniversary of Hiroshima's atomic bombing yesterday, reiterated the claim that "Korea is breaking the treaty by violating the billing agreement unilaterally."

[Abe / Japan Prime Minister (Yesterday): I hope that Korea will keep its promises related to the nation and its fundamentals, starting with the Korea-Japan Billing Agreement.]

In response, our Foreign Ministry urged Japan to abandon selfish attitudes that undermine free trade order, saying that unfair economic measures taken by Japan have proved to be economic retaliation due to past problems.

Source: sbskr

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