Japan: $6 Billion To Relocate U.S. Marines




 
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Japan:  Billion To Relocate U.S. Marines
 
May 24th, 2007  
Team Infidel
 
 

Topic: Japan: $6 Billion To Relocate U.S. Marines


Japan:  Billion To Relocate U.S. Marines
New York Times
May 24, 2007 By Associated Press
Japan passed a law to finance the reorganization of American forces in the country and help move thousands of marines from Okinawa to the United States territory of Guam. Japan is to pay $6 billion for the transfer of troops, while Washington is to contribute $4 billion. Under the legislation, local governments will receive financial rewards if they are willing to be hosts for United States troops.
 


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