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pensate forced labor victims and their families who have yet to take legal action against Japanese companies as a potential option. The idea is that the Korean and Japanese governments, together with companies in both countries, would make monetary contributions to run the foundation if Nippon Steel Sumitomo Metal Corp. and 롤대리 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries agreed to accept the Korean court rulings and compensate the victims. Last Thursday, the Korean government denied Japanese news reports that it was considering establishing such a foundation. The idea was initially proposed by lawmaker Kang Chang-il, chairman of the South Korea-Japan Parliamentarians??Union, as a compromise that could benefit both countries. It would deter additional lawsuits against Japanese companies, and it would take the pressure off Korea to intervene in domestic civil litigation. Even if Seoul pushes for the creation of the foundation, experts said Tokyo is unlikely to accept the plan. ?쏧t would be the 롤대리 easy way out, but the Japanese government and companies are determined not to cooperate in fundraising or participate in such a foundation,??Lee of Kookmin University said. For the Abe administration -- which has continually sought to downplay the brutality of Japan?셲 colonial rule over the Korean Peninsula -- accepting the Korean Supreme Court decisions would give it an identity crisis. ?쏷his is not a matter of money, it is a conceptual problem,??Hosaka said. While the establishment of a foundation to benefit forced laborers may be 롤대리 part of Korea?셲 wish list of remedies to tackle this issue, international arbitration is the step that Japan would like to take. Japan is likely to take the issue to the UN?셲 International Court of Justice if it fails in its attempt to establish an arbitration panel with a third-country member. ?쏧n the event th
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