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Tokyo Newspaper “Japan's Export Controls, Economic Sanctions”

2019-08-10T02:51:58.497Z

The South Korean government's stance on economic retaliation and the Japanese government's stance on changes in export trade management are sharply confronted by the Japanese government's export restrictions on semiconductor materials, such as those conducted in July.



The South Korean government's stance on economic retaliation and the Japanese government's stance on changes in export trade management are sharply confronted by the Japanese government's export restrictions on semiconductor materials, such as those conducted in July.

In response, the Tokyo newspaper said, based on various grounds, it is clear that retaliatory economic sanctions are imposed by the Korean Supreme Court.

According to the newspaper, sanctions scenarios began to emerge, with the first Supreme Court ruling issued by the Korean Supreme Court and voiced that the ruling Liberal Democratic Party should stop supplying hydrogen fluoride to South Korea two months later.

At the Joint Meeting of the Liberal Democratic and Foreign Affairs Society of Japan on January 11, Member of the House of Councilors Akaike Masaaki should implement economic sanctions in the three areas of people, goods, and money as soon as possible. It said that it should stop supplying strategic materials such as hydrogen fluoride, which is a cleaner.

The Tokyo newspaper said the tightening of export restrictions that the Japanese government began last month was the implementation of the sanctions proposed by Senator Akaike in January.

Despite this situation, the Seko Hiroshige Industry and Industry Award continued its decisive argument on August 8 when it announced early approval for one of the three export-related semiconductor materials, including hydrogen fluoride.

The South Korean government unfairly criticizes Japan's export control as if it were an embargo, and argued that tightening Japanese export regulations is not economic sanctions or retaliation arising out of condemnation.

However, the Tokyo newspaper criticized it as excessively unreasonable to say that it is not sanctioned even after looking at the previous statements by key Japanese government officials, including the Seko Economic and Industry Awards, Abe and Deputy Prime Minister Aso Taro and Treasury.

In fact, the head of the ministry, the Seko Economic and Industry Award, announced the export control measures on July 1, and that the relationship between the Korean government and the G20 summit did not provide satisfactory solutions to the issue of recruitment victims on Twitter. Posted

In light of the fact that the Japanese government is undermining credibility as a reason for tightening export regulations, this article reveals that the reimbursement decision has become the background for tightening regulations.

Mr. Abe is also breaking the international treaty by unilaterally violating the Korea-Japan billing agreement on the Korea-Japan relations that worsened due to export restrictions on June 6th.

I have virtually acknowledged that sanctions are a violation of the promise by saying that it would be nice if Korea kept its promises first.

Based on these points, the Tokyo newspaper analyzed that the Abe government and the ruling Liberal Democratic Party have been preparing sanctions aimed at South Korea for the past six months.

The Japanese newspaper set the background in the words of political journalist Tetsuo Suzuki on why the Japanese government's true intentions have already been revealed and why they are not speaking properly.

"As soon as we admit retaliation, the relationship between the two countries worsens, leading to a far-away solution. This could lead to the next year's Tokyo Olympic Boycott. South Korea will form a single team with North Korea. Will be taken. "

Source: sbskr

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