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[casi] ALI Capital Partners & Iraq

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Dear all,

Check this out ->

Does any one know more about ALI Capital Partners? They identify themselves
as: “an investment and advisory firm dealing exclusively with opportunities
in Iraq. Currently consulting and negotiating with several Fortune 50
companies and assisting them in implementing their strategy for Iraq. Have
experience working w/ Iraq since the late 1970s. During UN and US sanctions,
they were involved in over US $100 million in transactions through the Oil
for Food program. Currently have resources in place in Iraq to provide for
reliable and secure business development.”


We who believe in freedom cannot rest until it comes.

- Ella Baker


Raņia Masri, Ph.D.

Director, Southern Peace Research and Education Center

Institute for Southern Studies <>

Tel: (919) 419.8311. x27

Fax: (919) 419.8315

2009 Chapel Hill Rd.

Durham, North Carolina  27707

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