General Manager: D.C. Convention Center Incident Won't Affect Bonds

Vadum, Matthew
April 2001
Bond Buyer;
Reports that the collapse of a section of structural steel at the D.C. Convention Center will not affect the repayment of municipal bonds used to finance the building. Amount of bonds issued for the project; Circumstances the led to the collapse of a section of the steelwork.


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