As Recession Goes on, So Does the List of Bonding Plans

Murphy, Gavin
January 2002
Bond Buyer;1/28/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31312, p37
Trade Publication
Discusses the significance of bonds for the efforts of different states in the U.S. in order to cop up prevailing economic recession. Amount of revenue bonds which California's governor Gray Davis plans to issue for financing its projects; Plan of Georgia's governor to issue bonds for boosting its transportation projects; Strategy of Arizona's governor to issue revenue bonds to maintain state's commitment to school construction.


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