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Iraq Imports Generators to Boost Electric Supply

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Iraq Imports Generators to Boost Electric Supply

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Iraq Imports Generators to Boost Electric Supply

Iraq Imports Generators to Boost Electric Supply

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A power generator nicknamed MOAG (Mother of All Generators) and weighing several hundred tons has been transported 600 miles across Iraq to the northern city of Kirkuk. The difficult transport should achieve an increase of six percent in Iraq's electric capacity.

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