FAR WEST Bond-Watch

Saska, Rich; Kelemen, Jasmina
February 2005
Bond Buyer;2/4/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32064, p29
Trade Publication
The article presents several briefs on far west bond market. The first deep-draft, ocean-going ship docked this week at Port MacKenzie. The arrival Monday of the Keoyang Majesty, which was to spend the week loading a shipment of birch chips for South Korea, marks a bond-financed milestone for the development of the port. Another brief reports that the Walnut Creek, California, City Council will likely ask voters in November to consider an as-yet-undetermined amount of bonds to build a new downtown library branch after three requests for state funds were rejected.


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