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Topic - Bill Caldwell
The U.S. government's financial commitment to Afghanistan is likely to linger and reach into the billions long after it pulls combat troops from the country, newly disclosed spending estimates show.
A senior U.S. commander said Monday that Afghanistan is still more than a year away from building a security force with enough soldiers and police to protect the country.
Continental is committed to finding "real world" environmental solutions, and not all tires are created equal in this regard, Caldwell added.
"Today's consumer is very interested in how to save money and be more energy and environmentally friendly," said Bill Caldwell, vice president of sales and marketing, Continental Tire.