Rome, Naples add depth to euro muni market

  • 14 May 1999
THE EUROPEAN municipal market deepened further this week with the launch of debut euro transactions for the City of Rome and the Province of Naples. Lead managed by JP Morgan, Rome's Eu133m issue is the first transaction from an Italian city to be launched in the new ...

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