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Victims of forced labor "Mitsubishi property, filing for sale to court"

2019-07-23T11:29:45.531Z

For the victims of forced labor in Japan, they applied to the court to sell trademark and patent rights that Mitsubishi, a war criminal company, has in Korea. If the court accepts it, it will take several months for the appraisal process to go through the sale process.



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For the victims of forced labor in Japan, they applied to the court to sell trademark and patent rights that Mitsubishi, a war criminal company, has in Korea. If the court accepts it, it will take several months for the appraisal process to go through the sale process.

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The victims of the forced mobilization held a press conference and said they had filed a lawsuit against Mitsubishi foreclosures.

[Sun Hee Kim Co-Representative / Citizens' Meeting with Working Women's Grandmother: Waiting is also limited. It informs you that you have filed an order for sale through the court today, as advertised.]

After eight months since the Supreme Court ruled in November last year, Mitsubishi has refused to even discuss with the victims.

Two more Mitsubishi victims were killed and only four survived.

[Yang Yang-duk / Forced victim victim: I am 91 years old and die today or tomorrow, but I feel like our old people want to die.]

Mitsubishi's domestic assets, which include both grandmothers and four survivors of forced and compulsory survivors, are estimated to be 800 million won in value, with two domestic Mitsubishi trademarks and six patents.

The court decides to sell the property after making an appraisal about the property, and it will take months to change it to cash.

The victims also released a record in 2006, when Abe responded to the Japanese parliament on the issue of forced and compulsory compensation.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said that "the $ 300 million in aid to Korea in 1965 is funding for economic cooperation," Abe said, adding that the $ 300 million was irrelevant to reparations for victims of forced labor.

(Image coverage: Hyungsoo Kim, KBC, Image editing: Jeon, Min-gyu)

Source: sbskr

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