Goldman, Deutsche Structure PDVSA Deal

Roper, Akil Salim
June 1999
Private Placement Letter;06/07/99, Vol. 17 Issue 23, p1
Reports on the process of marketing PDVSA project deal by Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank. Purpose of the offering Merey Sweeny LP; Maturity of the transaction; Why investors were confident about the success of the deal.


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