The Blogiston Post

Politics, money, and war.

Wednesday, October 22


The new Agriculture Reconstruction and Development Program for Iraq (ARDI) contract is intriguing.

With only an initial award of $5 million dollars to Development Alternatives Inc., everyone appears to be getting mega million dollar contracts for this same project. It will be interesting to read the details once they become available.
A South Australian farm consultancy will share a $120 million contract with the CSIRO and a United States firm to help rebuild Iraq's agricultural industry.

Trade Minister Mark Vaile said SAGRIC International and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) would work with a US-based consultants [Development Alternatives Inc.] DAI to help Iraq rehabilitate and modernise agriculture.
SA company gets Iraq contract in The Advertiser, Australia.

Intriguing, no?



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