Japanese suppliers of key tech materials restricted by Tokyo are adding production lines in Korea, an unexpected twist in the trade row that started a year ago.
Japan reportedly started an an investigation into possible dumping of the potassium carbonate by Korea. The move comes as Seoul doubles down on complaint to the WTO about Tokyo’s export restrictions and the Korean Trade Minister WTO's top post bid
Japan’s restrictions on exports to Korea of three essential materials for chip and display production in July 2019 turned out to not be as disruptive as first thought.
The impact of a boycott movement against Japanese products that began in July 2019 is still visible in consumption patters today, although some brands have shown signs of recovery.
Korea’s technology industry went on high alert after Japan placed export restrictions on essential materials for the semiconductor and display production on July 4, 2019.
For the first time in 28 years, activists advocating for victims of Japan's wartime sexual slavery through weekly rallies near the Japanese Embassy in central Seoul have been pushed off their usual turf by a conservative group.
Lotte Group Chairman Shin Dong-bin beat the latest attempt to oust him from the board of Lotte Holdings, the Japanese company that has a stake in the Korean side of the chaebol. Shin Dong-bin was also appointed as president of the Japanese company.
Japan claims to have passed the peak of Covid-19, and June 19 was an important turning point. The travel ban in metropolitan regions was lifted. Last weekend, Kyoto, the biggest tourist destination...
U.S. President Donald Trump didn't want South Korean President Moon Jae-in to join him during his third meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in the demilitarized zone (DMZ) in June 2019, according to John Bolton.
Hashima, an abandoned island that was once a thriving coal mining facility located off the coast of the southwestern Japanese port city Nagasaki, is getting a second lease on life as a Unesco World Heritage tourist site.