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Japan won’t adjust its export control measures against South Korea but is considering how it will respond a day after Seoul filed a complaint over the measures at the World Trade Organization, the country’s newly appointed trade minister said Thursday.

“We are going to address the issue appropriately, including whether to respond (to a request for bilateral consultation) or not,” Isshu Sugawara, 57, told a group of reporters.

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