S. Korea’s imports of Japanese semiconductor equipment drops 32.6% since start of trade spat


Japan is feeling the unintended blowback
of its unprecedented trade curbs in South Korea as its own economy feels the
heat of its government’s actions according to data from South Stream
ministry after Japan imposes first round of trade controls against South Korea in
early July South Korea’s imports of Japanese semiconductor equipment has
plunged by more than thirty two and a half percent fans overall exports to
South Korea also dropped by 6.9 percent in July and more than eight percent in
August the impact has also been evident in Japan’s tourism industry which passed
National Tourism Organisation says a mere three hundred nine thousand South
Koreans visited Japan in August a staggering 48 percent drop compared to
the same month last year

8 thoughts on “S. Korea’s imports of Japanese semiconductor equipment drops 32.6% since start of trade spat

  1. >>>Japan is feeling the unintended blowback
    Japan feels almost nothing. The meaning and significance of international trade differ profoundly between Korea and Japan considering the trade-to-GDP ratio. The Japanese economy is domestically driven. Its trade occupies 31.2% of its GDP (2016, World Bank data) from which a portion of trade with South Korea, including spending by Korean tourists in Japan, is further minimal. Meanwhile South Korea heavily depends on trade, at 80.8% of GDP (2017, World Bank). No wonder Korea must be gravely obsessed with trade issues.

  2. ‪「予備違法漁業国」‬
    ‪韓国政府歴代最長‬
    ‪6カ月連続「景気不振」‬

    ‪虫文虫文大活躍。‬

  3. Lol this news is a joke. You should be talking about the current weakened economy caused by the Moon administration. He raised basic income, with his unrealistic socialist ideology nonsense.

  4. Lol. Korea thinks it is impacting Japan. Delusional. Only thing korea could impact Japan on is if it bans its prostituting women…they truly hold a very large share in Japan.

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