The South Korean government is implementing various economic responses to assist companies that are expected to suffer as trade tensions with Japan escalate.
Financial authorities and state-owned firms are allocating up to KRW6 trillion (about US$4.9 billion) in financial support for local firms and shore up liquidity, the Korea Herald reported.
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