Gulf War: The conflict the U.S. left others to pay the most for

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The U.S. Department of Defense has estimated the costs of the Gulf War at $61 billion, with America providing only 11% of the amount. Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states covered $36 billion; Germany and Japan $16 billion.

The U.S. Department of Defense has estimated the costs of the Gulf War at $61 billion, with America providing only 11% of the amount. Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states covered $36 billion; Germany and Japan $16 billion.

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