Export of “high-purity hydrogen fluoride” to South Korea Japan permits Korean media August 30th 1:53
The Korean media reported that the Japanese government was allowed to export to Korea for the first time after strengthening export control of “high-purity hydrogen fluoride”, among the three raw materials such as semiconductors that the Japanese government tightened export control to Korea. It was.
This was reported by several Korean media on the night of 29th as a story of a Korean government official.
According to it, the high purity hydrogen fluoride used for cleaning the semiconductor base of the three raw materials such as semiconductors, which the Japanese government lasted strict export control to Korea last month, will only be released to Korea after strengthening export control. Exports were allowed on the 29th.
On top of that, this high purity hydrogen fluoride is said to be imported by “Samsung Electronics”, which has a large share in the global semiconductor market.
Korean news agency news reports that it was likely that the export license application was filed around the 4th of last month.
Of the three items that the Japanese government has tightened export controls to Korea, it has already been confirmed that “resist” has already been approved for export to Korea earlier this month.