FACTBOX-Non-U.S. firms that may get Iraq reconstruction work


LONDON, March 27 (Reuters) - The war in Iraq is still only days old, but already companies are positioning to grab contracts to rebuild the country. Following are some European and Asian firms thought to stand a chance of receiving reconstruction work, although the U.S. procurement process may sideline non-U.S. groups: * ABB -- The Swiss engineering firm could benefit from the reconstruction of Iraq through its energy transmission business. It has been working on energy transmission and ...

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