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SIGAR releases July 30, 2014 quarterly report to Congress

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SIGAR releases July 30, 2014 quarterly report to Congress

SIGARAppropriations on the U.S. effort to rebuild Afghanistan have totaled $104.1 billion, not including the $5.8 billion requested for fiscal 2015 by the White House, according to the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction.

The latest quarterly report from SIGAR not only totals up the dollars allocated and spent, but examines a wide range of issues for the war-torn country.

For full report click here.


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