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Japan-South Korea rift

Japan and South Korea to discuss export controls on Dec. 16

First such talks since 2016 will be held in Tokyo

Japan has placed stricter regulations on exports of tech-related inputs to South Korea since July, hitting a vital part of the country's economy.

TOKYO (Kyodo) -- Senior trade officials from Japan and South Korea will meet on Dec. 16 to discuss Tokyo's tightened controls on tech-related exports to its Asian neighbor, industry minister Hiroshi Kajiyama said Thursday.

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