Salvadoran Utility Brings Nation's First Corporate Deal

October 1999
Private Placement Letter;10/25/99, Vol. 17 Issue 42, p1
Reports that power distributor El Salvador Energy Holdings (ESEH) is preparing to issue the country's first corporate bond in the international capital markets. Value of the offering to be launched; Co-managers that are marketing the deal; Components of ESEH.


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