Pataki Proposes Alternate MAC Plan

Braun, Martin Z.
August 2003
Bond Buyer;8/11/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31696, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on an alternative plan proposed by governor of New York George E. Pataki to refinance the debt of New York City's Municipal Assistance Corp, in the first half of August 2003. Overview of the plan; Benefits gained by New York City through this plan; Statements made by the mayor of New York City Michael R. Bloomberg regarding this decision of Pataki.


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