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Fool me twice?

18 July 2013 By Agnes T. Crane

The bankrupt Alabama county became synonymous with fraudulent financing when it defaulted on its debt five years ago. Now it needs the municipal bond market to give it a second chance. To pay off creditors, it needs $1.9 bln. The initial terms, however, don’t look promising.

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