• Kyodo, Staff Report

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Lawyers for South Korean plaintiffs in wartime labor compensation cases against Japanese companies strongly opposed Wednesday a compensation plan unveiled by the head of South Korea’s parliament the previous day.

Speaker Moon Hee-sang, in seeking to mend South Korea’s frayed ties with Japan, has proposed a bill to invite donations from Japanese and South Korean companies and the public to provide funds to compensate victims of forced labor.

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