Arbitrage changes for small issuers could reemerge

Stanton, Michael
October 1997
Bond Buyer;10/17/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30254, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the possible reemergence of arbitrage changes for small issuers in the United States. Clinton administration's proposal of a package of tax code changes; Administration's proposal of the exemption of all issuers who sell $10 million or less of bonds a year; Raising of the small-issuer exemption; Local governments' potential benefits from the package.


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