Japan, South Korea agree to hold dialogue on export controls on March 10 in Seoul

Boats navigate past container cranes at Yokohama port in Yokohama, Japan, on Feb 6, 2020. PHOTO: EPA-EFE

TOKYO (REUTERS) - Japan and South Korea have agreed to hold talks on export controls on March 10 in Seoul, Japan's Trade Ministry said on Friday (Feb 21).

The Japanese government last December reversed curbs on exports of photoresists to South Korea, one of three technology materials which it had restricted since July.

Both nations plan to seek further improvement over the export controls system and management.

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