Jefferson County Reaches Deal to End Biggest U.S. Municipal Bankruptcy

Jefferson County, Alabama, reached an agreement to pay its largest creditors $1.84 billion, or 60 percent of what they’re owed.
June 5, 2013

Jefferson County, Alabama, reached an agreement to pay its largest creditors $1.84 billion, or 60 percent of what they’re owed.

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