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Gambling on Iraq’s slow rise from ruin

Hub investors bought bonds others shunned

By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / March 21, 2010

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Some count the kidnappings. Others count the suicide bombs. Still others count the deaths of US soldiers. But, in the saga of Iraq’s slow struggle toward normalcy, Robert Smith keeps track of something far more obscure: the price of Iraqi governmentissued bonds. (Full article: 1404 words)

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