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'Marketplace' Report: Spending in Iraq

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'Marketplace' Report: Spending in Iraq

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'Marketplace' Report: Spending in Iraq

'Marketplace' Report: Spending in Iraq

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Two new audits suggest that federal money in Iraq is being misspent: troops are finding their supplies stretched too thin, while money meant for Iraq's infrastructure has been squandered on official corruption and extra costs for security.

Marketplace's John Dimsdale talks with Madeleine Brand about the audits.

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