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South Korea to Offer Temporary Preferential Policies for Companies Affected by Japan’s Export Curbs

  •   5 Aug 2019
  •    Nadine He
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    Takehome:

    • Japan’s Cabinet has approved the removal of South Korea from its whitelist of preferential export screening partners, which will take effect on Aug 28th.
    • South Korea will institute temporary preferential measures to help Korean companies affected by Japan’s export curbs.
    • MoE is working on rules to simplify new chemical registration for R&D purposes.

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