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Halliburton Relocation #854562

ABC Evening News for Monday, Mar 12, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Washington: John Cochran) The announcement by Halliburton, the biggest private contractor in Iraq, that it will relocate its corporate headquarters from Houston to Dubai examined; details given about Halliburton's legal tax responsibilities and upcoming Congressional hearings for the company about its business practices. [Representative Henry WAXMAN†- wonders if Halliburton will become a foreign corporation.] [Senator Byron DORGAN†- wonders about the tax savings and the bad publicity for the company.] [American University professor Kathleen GETZ†- cites the logic for the company being in the Middle East.]

Gibson, Charles;
Cochran, John

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