Irbil car dealer Khalid Hammad Amin, 30, worries that tensions between Baghdad and the Kurdish Regional Government could disrupt economic gains in his city.
Irbil car dealer Khalid Hammad Amin, 30, worries that tensions between Baghdad and the Kurdish Regional Government could disrupt economic gains in his city. Adam Ashton / Modesto Bee
Irbil car dealer Khalid Hammad Amin, 30, worries that tensions between Baghdad and the Kurdish Regional Government could disrupt economic gains in his city. Adam Ashton / Modesto Bee

In Iraq's Kurdistan, political pessimism clouds progress

August 09, 2009 1:12 PM

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