Llewellyn Werner

Chairman, C3

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Chairman of C3, a Los Angeles, Californa-based holding company for private equity firms; private businessman investing in Iraq

Llewellyn Werner on KCRW

The high price of oil has Iraq rolling in money, but much of that new wealth stays in foreign bank accounts, while the US rebuilds the country.

Who Should Pay for Iraq's Reconstruction?

The high price of oil has Iraq rolling in money, but much of that new wealth stays in foreign bank accounts, while the US rebuilds the country.

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