TITLE

Rebuilding Iraq: International Donor Pledges for Reconstruction Efforts in Iraq

AUTHOR(S)
Christoff, Joseph A.
PUB. DATE
December 2007
SOURCE
GAO Reports;12/18/2007, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Government Documents
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article offers information about the amount of international donor pledges and contributions for the reconstruction efforts of U.S. in Iraq. It evaluates the status of the said pledges documented by the United Nations (UN), World Bank and the Department of State. According to the author, the updated data on the amounts of loans and grants pledged by each donor country is significant for the comparison of the overall total of money.
ACCESSION #
29362757

 

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