The Permanent Right to Sell Bonds Via Negotiation in N.Y. Heats Up

McKaig, Ryan
July 2001
Bond Buyer;7/18/2001, Vol. 337 Issue 31183, p36
Trade Publication
Reports issue regarding the authorization of municipalities to sell debt through negotiation in New York, New York. Proposal of the city to sell a general obligation (GO) bond issue;Reason for the delay in the sale of GO issue; Views of the city officials on the GO sale negotiation; Consideration of financial alternatives by the city officials.


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