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U.S. Solicits Bids for Iraq Reconstruction

March 11, 2003|From Reuters

The U.S. has invited at least five engineering firms to submit bids for a contract to do reconstruction work in Iraq, government and company officials said.

The winning company would get about $900 million to repair Iraqi schools, health services, ports and airports.

Bechtel Group Inc. and Fluor Corp. confirmed they had received the invitations.

The Wall Street Journal said the Agency for International Development also sent invitations to Parsons Corp., Louis Berger Group Inc. and Kellogg Brown & Root, a subsidiary of Halliburton Co.

From Reuters

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