US, South Korea Made Progress in Securing Critical Technologies: White House

The United States and South Korea have made “historical progress” in deepening cooperation to secure critical technologies and address economic coercion, the White House said on Sunday.
This came as South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol prepared for his first state visit to the United States on Monday for talks with President Joe Biden, which Washington said will underscore their “ironclad alliance.”
“This includes efforts to coordinate investments in the semiconductor sector, secure critical technologies, and address economic coercion,” the U.S. National Security Council told the Financial Times.
“We expect the upcoming state visit to even further strengthen cooperation on all these fronts,” it added….

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