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Iraq Contracts

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Iraq Contracts

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It could be the business opportunity of the century. With a chance to replace outdated telephone and electrical systems, take over state-run businesses and develop new markets, companies large and small are rushing into Iraq. Join Neal Conan for a look at the business of reconstruction...next Talk of the Nation from NPR News. Guest:

Ivo Daalder
*Senior fellow, Foreign Policy Studies at the Brookings Institution

Wendy Chamberlin
*Assistant administrator for Asia and the Near East for USAID
*Former U.S. ambassador to Pakistan

Neil King Jr.
*Wall Street Journal reporter, covering Iraq reconstruction


Cliff Mumm
*Program manager for Bechtel's Iraq Infrastructure Reconstruction Program