Middle East

Some Iraqis Profit from Economic Progress; Most Suffer i
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March 22, 2013
Ten years after the war that toppled Iraq's President Saddam Hussein, the Iraqi economy is booming, according to statistics - but most Iraqis say they have not benefited from the economic up-turn.

Some Iraqis Profit from Economic Progress; Most Suffer

Published March 22, 2013

Ten years after the war that toppled Iraq's President Saddam Hussein, the Iraqi economy is booming, according to statistics - but most Iraqis say they have not benefited from the economic up-turn.


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