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South Korean decides to remove Japan from its trade white list

19 Sep 2019 11:28 reported by Jordan Huang

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According to the local news from South Korea, the South Korean Ministry of Trade Industry and Energy announced on September 18th that South Korean government decided to remove Japan from its trade white list, as a “respond” to the sanction from Japan.

It was the latest action after South Korea appealed to the World Trade Organization (WTO), also warming up the nervous relationship between South Korea and Japan.

However, as the influence was hard to expect, the market was now still observed how large the influenced would be.

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