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Detroit Peddles Its Municipal Assets to Avoid Record Bankruptcy

Financial Planning News

Mon, 17 Jun 2013

Detroit is suspending payments on $2 billion of unsecured debt, marketing parking garages and telling retirees to rely on President Barack Obama's health-care law to avoid a record municipal bankruptcy.

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