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Japan warned Thursday of “serious” ramifications if a South Korean court ruling against Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. related to wartime labor is enforced.

The court has ruled that payments worth around 850 million South Korean won (¥80 million) owed by South Korean companies to Mitsubishi Heavy could be seized and used to compensate victims of forced labor during Japan’s colonial rule.

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