New Internationalist

The Halliburton hustle

December 2005

A study based on confidential reports by the US Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) estimates that Halliburton (the US company that Vice-President Dick Cheney used to head up) has received roughly 52 per cent of the $25.4 billion that the Pentagon has paid out so far to 77 private contractors in Iraq.

Pratap Chatterjee / CorpWatch. Read more at www.corpwatch.org

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