Tribal Bond Issuance Jumps 470%

Williams, Rochelle
February 2002
Bond Buyer;2/19/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31327, p31
Trade Publication
Reports on increase in debts issued by tribal governments in the U.S., as of February 19, 2002. General obligation bonds offered by the Mohegan Tribe of Indians in Connecticut; Underwriter of bonds issued by the Southern Ute Indian Reservation in Colorado; Reasons behind the increase in debts issue by tribes according to analyst at Standard & Poor's Corp.


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