Unprecedented Air Cargo Deal Uses Nine Separate Authorities

McDonald, Michael
March 2002
Bond Buyer;3/12/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31342, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that Cargo Acquisitions Cos. Obligated Group is selling a credit to different airport authorities. Duration of the structure to complete; Division of sale into a series of fixed-rate private activity; List of short-term tenants.


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