Mohammad Shoaib Barakzai, left, Jalaluddin Saeed, center, and Rafi Ahmadi, right, say an American company fled Afghanistan without paying their construction companies more than $1 million for work on projects around the company.
Mohammad Shoaib Barakzai, left, Jalaluddin Saeed, center, and Rafi Ahmadi, right, say an American company fled Afghanistan without paying their construction companies more than $1 million for work on projects around the company. Dion Nissenbaum
Mohammad Shoaib Barakzai, left, Jalaluddin Saeed, center, and Rafi Ahmadi, right, say an American company fled Afghanistan without paying their construction companies more than $1 million for work on projects around the company. Dion Nissenbaum

Military bans 2 U.S. firms from Afghan contracting

January 05, 2011 4:25 PM

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