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2019-08-01T03:12:28.120Z

In the government of Park Geun-hye, we told yesterday that the victims of the forced-and-compre- hensing claim that Japan has the right to demand reparations. (▶ ▶ [Park, Cheong Wa Dae] It has been revealed that we have predicted even the possibility of regulating and economic retaliation.


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Park Geun-hye also told us yesterday (June 30) that the victims of forced evictions saw the right to demand compensation from Japan alive. (▶) [Park alone]
At the same time, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has revealed that Japan has predicted the possibility of economic retaliation including export regulation. However, it seems that Park Geun - hyeh 's government, which had read the idea of ​​Japan exactly, did not set up the measures but tried to put off the judgment.

Reporter Hyeon-Woo Hwang reported separately.

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In November, 2013, the internal documents prepared by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea under Park Geun-hye analyzed the economic impact of the compulsory compensation award.

At the time, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs analyzed that if the verdict is confirmed, it can not exclude the possibility that Japan will take various forms of retaliation, such as financial measures, imports and exports regulations, claiming that it is a breach of the claims.

Japan's economic organizations also point out specific retaliatory measures that are expected to be concerned about the ruling.

According to the document, "Japanese companies are likely to take steps to stop supplying key components to Korean companies such as Samsung Electronics and Hyundai Motor."

Six years ago, Park Geun-hye, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, had already been predicting Japan's regulations on the export of semiconductor core materials.

There are concerns that Japanese companies will not be able to recoup their investment in Korea or invest in new investments, resulting in a decline in Korea 's foreign credibility.

In preparation for the precise forecasting and analysis of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the government seemed to have urged the Supreme Court to delay the ruling of the Supreme Court over the victims of forced labor,

(Image coverage: Jung Jin-jin, Image editing: Kim, Sun-tak)

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Source: sbskr

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