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South Korea To Pay More For US Forces Stationed In Country

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South Korea To Pay More For US Forces Stationed In CountryWatch VideoSouth Korea and the U.S. have finalized a deal outlining the mutual defense agreement between the two countries.

South Korea's Ministry of Foreign Affairs released a statement Sunday saying it will pay about $924 million this year for the U.S. military personnel stationed in the country. That's about 8 percent more...
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South Korea will pay about 8 percent more in 2019 for the U.S. troops stationed there.

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