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Detroit Goes Down In History

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Mon, 22 Jul 2013

The City of Detroit on Thursday filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy protection, assuming its place in US history as the largest-ever municipal bankruptcy. Despite its size and the infamy of the event, the impact on the broader municipal market is expected to be negligible, according to Peter Hayes and J

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