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S Korea government, Samsung team up for self-sufficiency after Japan export curbs on chip material

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By Joyce Lee and Hyunjoo Jin

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Hopefully Suga will reverse the idiotic decision by Kono/Abe to impose these totally unrelated trade measures as retaliation for the war time forced labour issue. If not Japan stands to lose its reputation as a reliable supplier of hi tech materials and, as sure as nature abhors a vacuum, others will take Japan's place.

Let's see what job Suga gives Kono in his cabinet.

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Hopefully Suga will reverse the idiotic decision by Kono/Abe to impose these totally unrelated trade measures as retaliation for the war time forced labour issue. If not Japan stands to lose its reputation as a reliable supplier of hi tech materials and, as sure as nature abhors a vacuum, others will take Japan's place.

South Korea is blackmailing a Japanese company and threatening to take their property over a matter that was settled in full in 2015. What is Japan supposed to do, just pay and pay forever? At some point they have to take a stand on this nonsense coming from South Korea.

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I wish Samsung would resume making their excellent and reasonably priced canister vacuums. We have an older and appropriately named Quiet Jet. It's a fine piece of equipment but there are no repair or service parts for it anywhere.

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