Korean man smashes Japanese car in protest
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South Korean man smashes Japanese car in protest

Japan has removed South Korea from its list of trusted trading partners in a move described by South Korea as an "all-out declaration of economic war".

Tokyo's trading restrictions will affect supplies critical to Seoul's tech industry.

The trade spat has been fuelled by a diplomatic dispute over compensation for wartime labour.

On 23 July in Incheon, north-west South Korea, a man was seen smashing his Japanese-made car in protest.

  • 02 Aug 2019
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