Financially Improving North Carolina Readies $300 Million GO Offering

Deue, Tedra
May 2006
Bond Buyer;5/23/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32387, p36
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the 300 million dollars general obligation offering of North Carolina. The bonds will be sold with Robinson, Bradshaw & Hinson as the bond counsel. Proceeds of the deal will be used to fund several projects throughout the state's higher education system. It was believed that the deal was a manifestation that North Carolina's financial struggle was over.


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