Halliburton Accused of Inflating Fuel Prices The U.S. military is considering whether to drop a contract with Halliburton. The company is accused of overcharging for the gasoline it distributes in Iraq for the U.S. government. NPR's John Burnett reports.
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Halliburton Accused of Inflating Fuel Prices

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Halliburton Accused of Inflating Fuel Prices

Halliburton Accused of Inflating Fuel Prices

Halliburton Accused of Inflating Fuel Prices

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The U.S. military is considering whether to drop a contract with Halliburton. The company is accused of overcharging for the gasoline it distributes in Iraq for the U.S. government. NPR's John Burnett reports.