NEW YORK: Dinapoli Cites Uncertainty

Chin, Tonya
September 2012
Bond Buyer;9/24/2012, Vol. 381 Issue 33786, p9
Trade Publication
The article offers information on a report by comptroller Thomas DiNapoli of the U.S. which shows decline in New York's city revenue collections in the month of August 2012 when compared with data from previous years.


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