The Japanese war criminal enterprise was sentenced to pay 100 million yuan for each plaintiff.

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 The Japanese war criminal enterprise was sentenced to pay 100 million yuan for each plaintiff.


Oct. 30, according to Yonhap news agency reports, 30 local time, South Koreas Supreme Court ruled that the New Japan Iron and Steel Corporation (Nippon Steel Company) was forced to be expropriated during World War II four South Korean workers each compensation of 100 million won (about 610,000 yuan). Reported that the Supreme Court of South Korea did not recognize the validity of Japans decision to refuse to compensate South Korean workers, and rejected the claim that Japans forced labor case has passed the limitation of action. This is the 4 plaintiff filed a compensation lawsuit, after 13 years, 8 months, and so on to win the lawsuit. At present, 1 of the plaintiffs died in 2014. Analysis said that South Koreas decision could further aggravate tensions between Korea and Japan. It is understood that during the Japanese colonial period, Japanese enterprises which had forced the expropriation of Korean labor in Korea were called war criminals enterprises in South Korea. Nearly 300 Japanese enterprises, such as Nippon Railway, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Toshiba, were among them. Source: overseas web editor: Ji Guo Jie _NBJ11143

Oct. 30, according to Yonhap news agency reports, 30 local time, South Koreas Supreme Court ruled that the New Japan Iron and Steel Corporation (Nippon Steel Company) was forced to be expropriated during World War II four South Korean workers each compensation of 100 million won (about 610,000 yuan). Reported that the Supreme Court of South Korea did not recognize the validity of Japans decision to refuse to compensate South Korean workers, and rejected the claim that Japans forced labor case has passed the limitation of action.

This is the 4 plaintiff filed a compensation lawsuit, after 13 years, 8 months, and so on to win the lawsuit. At present, 1 of the plaintiffs died in 2014. Analysis said that South Koreas decision could further aggravate tensions between Korea and Japan.

It is understood that during the Japanese colonial period, Japanese enterprises which had forced the expropriation of Korean labor in Korea were called war criminals enterprises in South Korea. Nearly 300 Japanese enterprises, such as Nippon Railway, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Toshiba, were among them.