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Sunday, 02 January 2005 06:50

Top Ten War Profiteers of 2004

You know it's bad when Halliburton is #7

 

Contractors: Above the law
By Center for Corporate Responsibility
Fri, 31 Dec 2004

At the beginning of the Iraq war, Andrew Natsios, head of the U.S. Agency for International Development (AID), proclaimed that the reconstruction of Iraq would look like a modern-day Marshall Plan. But a year and a half later, a combination of bureaucratic ineptitude, corporate corruption and the growing Iraqi resistance threaten to undermine the Bush administration

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