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SEOUL (Reuters) – The U.S. military will put nearly 9,000 South Korean workers on unpaid leave starting in April if no agreement is reached to share the cost of keeping 28,500 U.S. troops in South Korea, it told the government. The United States fired South Korean workers in April, after the two allies failed to sign a new cost-sharing agreement. The ROK position has been well received by the local public, but is almost no beginner for “real” negotiations. The confusing presentation of their position in the United States is equally problematic. In December 2019, the US chief negotiator publicly stated in Seoul: “As parties to the agreement, we can amend the agreement if we agree to do so together.