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Update of METI's licensing policies and procedures in relation to the Republic of Korea

In order to ensure the appropriate implementation of export control and regulation, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) applies updated licensing policies and procedures on the export and transfer of controlled items and their relevant technologies to the Republic of Korea. In this website, METI consolidates information related to this update for reference, and keeps the information up-to-date.

What's New

September 18, 2019
Statement by Minister Sugawara on the Korean Government’s Strengthening of Export Controls for Japan
September 3, 2019
METI submitted opinions and questions regarding the plans of the ROK to revise the Public Notice of the Exportation and Importation of Strategic Items
August 28, 2019
Regarding Today’s Announcement by the ROK Government
August 23, 2019
Statement by Minister Seko on the decision of the ROK to terminate the GSOMIA
August 13, 2019
Korea's announcement on plans to exclude Japan from favored country list  
August 8, 2019
The first individual export license to the ROK since #ExportControls updated  

Security Export Control in Japan

The Security Export Control in Japan is implemented for the purpose of enabling proper development of foreign trade and maintaining peace and safety in Japan as well as in the international community by exercising the minimum necessary control based on the FEFTA (Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Act) under international export control regimes.

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Trade Control Policy Division, Trade Control Department, Trade and Economic Cooperation Bureau

Last updated:2019-09-18