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  • @Reuters Korea (and/or China)and Japan have difficult relationship , coming from the WWII attitude of japanese soldiers ! When this kind of problem reappears ,always difficult to have quiet and relax discussion !

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  • @Reuters South Korean companies have still loose internal control system in export control ・ 102 cases of 156 related to WMD ・ SK haven’t disclosed company name & details of the illegal export case ・SK haven’t responded to Japan’s demand about Missing Strategic Materials

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  • @Reuters @minnigreen Japan provided meeting room very dirty like warehouse, and when korean officers come to the meeting, Japan' offiers never standing even no shakehand. This is ridiculous between two countries meeting and very bad manner. I can not imagine how Japan do this attitude.

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  • @Reuters This is normal business style in summer in Japan.

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  • @Reuters Not a matter of proof. Suddenly, unusually large volume imports of hazardous materials from Japan, still never answering questions about why so for 3 years, and has continued to do so, South Korea lost trust from Japan. The only solution is SK's improvement of trade control.

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  • @Reuters Japan seems to had become USA lapdog, like UK soon will be, and is pressing SK under #IneptTrump orders in exchange of protection from NK nukes... but the candid #whalekiller Japanese ignore that #Moron45 doesn't give a flying hut about Japan.

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