Tax-Credit Bonds Get New Push

December 2012
Bond Buyer;12/18/2012, Vol. 382 Issue 33831, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority of California has initiated a nationwide push to develop a new tax-credit bond program of 45 billion U.S. dollars to finance transportation projects.


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