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Japanese government insists "no economic retaliation"

2019-08-07T04:24:43.618Z

Japan's secretary of defense, Suga Yoshihide, argued that it was "no economic retaliation or countermeasure" against the "white country" exclusion of South Korea. According to reports, in a regular briefing on the morning of the morning, Mr. Suga responded to South Korea's backlash against the measure, "reviewing the operation necessary to properly implement the export management system from a security point of view, not intended to affect the ROK-Japan relations." Claimed this.



Japan's chief secretary, Suga Yoshihide, claimed the `` white country '' (whitelist) exemption for South Korea was "no economic retaliation or countermeasures," Kyodo News Agency and NHK said yesterday.

According to reports, in a regular briefing on the morning of the morning, Mr. Suga responded to South Korea's backlash against the measure, "reviewing the operation necessary to properly implement the export management system from a security point of view, not intended to affect the ROK-Japan relations." Claimed this.

Mr. Suga said, "The export management system is a system that examines the products so that they can be used for weapons, etc., and is not used for inappropriate purposes." .

He reiterated the previous claim that the action against South Korea is a retraction of preferential treatment and reverts to the same treatment as other Asian countries and regions.

Earlier today, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry promulgated an amendment to the Export Trade Management Ordinance that excludes South Korea from the White Country, which is subject to general export license.

Source: sbskr

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