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Halliburton Audit Turns up More Alleged Overcharges

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An audit of Halliburton's charges to the U.S. government in relation to its work in Iraq revealed many more disputed charges than were first suspected, according to portions of a DoD report released on Monday. The Financial Times reports that the suspected overcharges may have jumped from $62 million to $212 million.

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