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Japan, South Korea partnership funds to go to chips, energy

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By MARI YAMAGUCHI

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Only two million dollars? These two could do a lot of good together. Maybe someday.

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Wicked smile in the pic

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that is the creepiest looking hand shake ever.

”ohhh you like a the juice, yeah?”

”yeah. Heh heh heh.”

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Good luck to both parties, it's certainly time to move forward. It's a positive step forward❗

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Not sure what this fund is supposed to.

Korean semiconductor industry's "ZERO JAPAN" policy remains in effect, that is no "Made In Japan" material is allowed on Samsung and SK Hynix fabs. The only way Japanese companies can supply is if they set up factories in Korea or ship from 3rd countries like Taiwan, China, or Europe.

After all, it's quiet obvious that the Democratic party will take back the presidency in as little as next year and the relations with Japan will once again deteriorate, no need to take unnecessary risks.

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@samit

Like all your other predictions have proven wrong.

You are still stuck on the past and the Democratic party has so many internal problems of their own.

The elite of both countries want to move on and are looking ahead to the future.

Korea still relies heavily on the Japanese semiconductor industry!!

http://www.businesskorea.co.kr/news/articleView.html?idxno=83040

https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Tech/Semiconductors/South-Korea-struggles-to-decouple-from-Japan-in-key-chipmaking-materials

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The US wins.

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