FT.com says Japan removed South Korea from the "white list" because of the dispute about compensation for forced labor during the second world war, but that is not the reason why. The export items, fluorinated polyimide, photoresists, and hydrogen fluoride etching gas, from Japan to South Korea, are the dangerous materials that they can create deadly weapons out of, and 30% of them are MISSING in South Korea. They could be exported from South Korea to North Korea or other countries for those countries to make the deadly weapons. Then, Japan had been asking South Korea WHERE THE MATERIALS GONE, yet South Korea NEVER ANSWERED to it. That's the reason why Japan had removed South Korea from the "white list" for worldwide safety.
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