Worldwide Waste: How the Government is Using and Losing Your Money Abroad - Part IV: Foreign Infrastructure

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Chairman Rand Paul of the Subcommittee on Federal Spending Oversight and the Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs issued a series of waste reports of American foreign expenditure. This is Part 1 of 7 cataloging over $3 billion in wasteful spending. This specific volume reports foreign infrastructure. ~$327 million in Afghan Road development, ~$255 million in one Afghan Highway, $43 million Afghan Gas Station, ~$400 million in Afghan National Army equipment, ~$1.8 million in Afghan electricity awareness, $78 million in Georgian oil and gas pipelines, $1 million in Burma Highway safety, ~$1.8 million in Motorcycle helmet giveaways.
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