Halliburton Contract Split? The U.S. Army plans to break up Halliburton's multibillion-dollar, multi-year contract to provide food, housing and other services to American troops in Iraq, and it will allow other companies to bid on the work. Halliburton hasn't decided whether to pursue the new contracts. NPR's Kathleen Schalch reports.
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Halliburton Contract to Be Divided

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Halliburton Contract to Be Divided

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The U.S. Army plans to break up Halliburton's multibillion-dollar, multi-year contract to provide food, housing and other services to American troops in Iraq, and it will allow other companies to bid on the work. Halliburton hasn't decided whether to pursue the new contracts. NPR's Kathleen Schalch reports.