Contract Process for Rebuilding Iraq Called Unfair The federal government is about to select several U.S. firms to oversee the rebuilding of Iraq. Some say it's unseemly for American firms to earn a profit repairing damage inflicted by the U.S. military. European companies were shut out from the bidding process. NPR's Kathleen Schalch reports.
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Contract Process for Rebuilding Iraq Called Unfair

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Contract Process for Rebuilding Iraq Called Unfair

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Contract Process for Rebuilding Iraq Called Unfair

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The federal government is about to select several U.S. firms to oversee the rebuilding of Iraq. Some say it's unseemly for American firms to earn a profit repairing damage inflicted by the U.S. military. European companies were shut out from the bidding process. NPR's Kathleen Schalch reports.

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