Unable to Issue New Bonds, Illinois Agency Carries on What Business It Can

Shields, Yvette
May 2001
Bond Buyer;05/25/2001, Vol. 336 Issue 31147, p3
Trade Publication
Reports on the Illinois Educational Facilities Authority's approval of Loyola University of Chicago's plans to convert taxable bonds to tax-exempt debt and University of Chicago Hospital's planned changes in its project financing. Other deals referred by the authority to other state agencies; Details of the deals approved by the authority.


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