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Japan-South Korea rift

Japan and South Korea revert back to bickering over export controls

Dispute over deal to resume trade talks and military intel pact spells trouble

South Korea reversed its decision to end the GSOMIA intelligence-sharing pact with Japan just hours before its expiration.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Japan and South Korea are already quibbling over an 11th-hour agreement announced last Friday to extend a bilateral military intelligence-sharing pact that had been set to expire.

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