PPL 50

June 1999
Private Placement Letter;06/14/99, Vol. 17 Issue 24, p9
Presents information on several circled traditional private placements offering by different companies in the United States (US), based on the filings of the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Grant Thornton International; Henry Schein Inc.; Lord Corp.


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