New Mexico Readies $400 Million Tran Deal as Start of Fiscal Year Approaches

Williamson, Richard
June 2004
Bond Buyer;6/7/2004, Vol. 348 Issue 31899, p43
Trade Publication
Reports that New Mexico will sell $400 million of tax revenue anticipation notes in June 2004 as it nears the beginning of a fiscal year. Total budget for 2004; Short-term ratings' reflection of the revenue pledge securing the notes; Governor Bill Richardson's approval of a legislation authorizing millions of dollars in bond-financed projects across the double-A plus rated state.


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