Navistar says seeking Iraq military truck contract


CHICAGO, March 30 (Reuters) - Truck maker Navistar International Corp. , which won a $467 million contract earlier this month to provide military vehicles in Afghanistan, said on Wednesday it is pursuing a similar contract in Iraq. "We are in discussions for a potential order in Iraq," said Dee Kapur, head of Navistar's truck group, at an analyst meeting held in the company's Garland, Texas, plant. He declined to comment on when a decision might come. "It could be an equivalent or even ...

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