LOC Extension Seen to Protect Southern Healthcare Investors

DeSue, Tedra
August 2003
Bond Buyer;8/06/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31693, p27
Trade Publication
Reports that bankrupt Southern Healthcare System appear to be protected from losing investments after a letter of credit issued for the debt was extended for another year. Details of issues; Information about nursing homes of Southern; Maturity date of debt.


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