Texas border agency elicits criticism for disappointing issuance volume

Preston, Darrell
February 1999
Bond Buyer;02/11/99, Vol. 327 Issue 30577, p4
Trade Publication
Focuses on the disappointment of investors over the low volume of 1998 municipal bond issues in the United States by the North American Development Bond to finance infrastructure projects in the Mexican-American Border Region. Assurance of more bond volume in 1999 by bank officials.


Related Articles

  • NADBank Bridges Border to Help Smaller Cities Borrow. Albanese, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer;3/5/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31337, p26 

    Focuses on financial management assistance extended by North American Development Bank to U.S.-Mexico region. Scheme to handle municipal bonds of the area; Services offered to areas with financing problems; Emphasis of the grants on water, waste-water and solid-waste projects.

  • Mexican border areas fix up, clean up with new bank aid. Preston, Darrell // Bond Buyer;02/03/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30323, p30 

    Reports that Southwestern States communities along the border of Mexico are reaping benefits from the North American Development Bank. Financing venture set up under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); Provision of grants and loans that may be used in combination with bonds and...

  • US and Mexico tackle air pollution, but set water issues aside. Bryce, Robert // Christian Science Monitor;5/16/96, Vol. 88 Issue 120, p4 

    Reports that the United States and Mexico are forging ahead with a program to reduce cross-border air pollution, but have set water quality issues aside. Cleaning up air pollution in the border cities of El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico; Features of the pact signed; Urgency of the water...

  • Border Bank Hits Billion Dollar Mark. Paterson, Kent // La Prensa San Diego;11/25/2009, Vol. 33 Issue 48, p2 

    The article reports that the North American Development Bank (NADB) has surpassed a billion dollar mark by offering grants and loans to community projects within the U.S. and Mexico borders. It notes that the achievement was due to the North American Free Trade Agreement's environmental side...

  • Wastewater management training critical to future success of utilities in US-Mexico border region. FLORES, JUAN ANTONIO; GARCIA, SHARON // Journal: American Water Works Association;May2013, Vol. 105 Issue 5, p99 

    The article discusses the importance of wastewater management training to the success of water utilities in the border region of U.S.-Mexico. It states that the North American Development Bank (NADB) developed a technical assistance program which targets three crucial areas. It mentions that the...

  • Sprucing Up the Border.  // New Mexico Business Journal;Jul2001, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p7 

    Focuses on a U.S. legislation that would authorize funds to improve ports of entry on the Mexican border. Total amount of infrastructure improvements needed at the Columbus crossing and at Santa Teresa; Value of trade between New and Old Mexico.

  • Binational partnerships vital to border development. Brown, Julie // San Diego Business Journal;06/14/99, Vol. 20 Issue 24, p6A 

    Discusses the importance of binational partnership to border development, as discussed at the 1999 United States-Mexico Border Infrastructure Conference. Binational partnerships between private, government and academic sectors; Infrastructure projects highlighted for cooperative study and action.

  • CUSTOMS LOOKS OUTSIDE THE BOX. Szakonyi, Mark // Journal of Commerce (1542-3867);4/1/2013, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p16 

    The article reports on efforts of the U.S. government that would allow the forging of public-private partnerships to fund infrastructure projects that would expedite the movement of goods across the U.S.-Mexico border. An overview of the National Bureau of Economic Research data on the...

  • U.S., Mexico officials gather to discuss border transportation, water, environment. Brown, Julie // San Diego Business Journal;06/14/99, Vol. 20 Issue 24, p1A 

    Reports on the holding of June 1999 at the third United States-Mexico Border Infrastructure Conference to discuss continuing binational commitments. Cooperative alliances generated by the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); Solving of infrastructure deficiencies in the US-Mexico border...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics