WASHINGTON (AFX) – Halliburton is to repay the U.S. government US$27.4 million for possible overcharges for services to the US military in Iraq and Kuwait, the Washington Post reported citing the US Defence Department. The department said the money would be reimbursed after the military was overcharged for meals by Halliburton subsidiary Kellogg Brown &…

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