Harvard Pilgrim To Treat Investors With $147M Plan

Primack, Dan
December 1999
Private Placement Letter;12/13/99, Vol. 17 Issue 49, p1
Reports on the approval of the revenue bond deal as part of the comprehensive plan of Massachusetts officials to boost the flagging fortunes of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Inc. Impact of the deal to the organization's total loss and its decision to cancel its Rhode Islands operations on the rating of its private placement deal established by the Standard and Poor's Rating Services; Structure of the notes.


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