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After Detroit: Rigorous Research and Credit Selection Is the Key to Investing in Municipal Bonds

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Wed, 9 Oct 2013

Detroit recently declared bankruptcy, setting off the largest municipal Chapter 9 proceeding in history. There has been and will continue to be a lot of noise in the media, underscoring challenges but also presenting opportunity for experienced investors. In this interview, PIMCO senior vice presid

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