The central government may seize South Korean assets in Japan if the holdings of Japanese firms in South Korea are confiscated following recent Supreme Court rulings against them over the issue of wartime labor, sources have said.
The possible countermeasure is being discussed as a “last resort” by some in the government, the sources added.
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