Baghdad Billions

Mark Gregory investigates what happened to the $50 billion invested in rebuilding Iraq since the fall of Saddam Hussein.

Many Iraqis claim that the essentials of life remain worse than they were under UN sanctions, with domestic power output and oil production scarcely above pre-war levels. Mark uncovers a story of corruption and mismanagement, plaguing efforts to rebuild a shattered nation.

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Mark Gregory investigates what happened to the $50 billion invested in rebuilding Iraq since the fall of Saddam Hussein.

Many Iraqis claim that the essentials of life remain worse than they were under UN sanctions, with domestic power output and oil production scarcely above pre-war levels. Mark uncovers a story of corruption and mismanagement, plaguing efforts to rebuild a shattered nation.

2007010920070114

Mark Gregory investigates what happened to the $50 billion invested in rebuilding Iraq since the fall of Saddam Hussein.

Many Iraqis claim that the essentials of life remain worse than they were under UN sanctions, with domestic power output and oil production scarcely above pre-war levels. Mark uncovers a story of corruption and mismanagement, plaguing efforts to rebuild a shattered nation.