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Iraq,inc.: a profitable occupation Descarga gratuita de libros electrónicos en formato pdf
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  • Título Original: Iraq,inc.: a profitable occupation
  • Autor del libro: Pratap chatterjee
  • ISBN: 978-1583226674
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:244
  • Realese fecha:1977-10-14
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Iraq,inc.: a profitable occupation Descarga gratuita de libros electrónicos en formato pdf

The reconstruction of Iraq is failing, and the author examines the big failings and even bigger swindles of Iraq's corporate management, from the dangerous follies of an out-of-touch government to the unchecked price-gouging by Cheney's successors at Halliburton.

Almost two years after the "fall of Baghdad," the situation in Iraq continues to deteriorate. Ordinary Iraqis wait in line for basic necessities like clean water and fuel, while the number of civilians and soldiers killed escalates in tandem with the billions of US tax dollars spent. In "Iraq, Inc.: A Profitable Occupation," Pratap Chatterjee delivers an on-the-ground account of the occupation business, exposing private contractors as the only winners in this war.
Pratap Chatterjee is an award-winning journalist and program director of the Bay Area-based nonprofit Corpwatch. His early coverage of Bechtel was named Best Business Story by the National Newspaper Association, and he is the recipient of four Project Censored awards.