Packard bond gains at BFA

August 1996
New Hampshire Business Review;8/02/96, Vol. 18 Issue 16, p24
Reports on Business Finance Authority board's preliminary approval to issue 4.5 million dollars in tax-exempt industrial revenue bonds for the L.W. Packard Co. to finance its expansion project in New Hampshire. Features of the facility.


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