approach to bonds issued under recent changes in French law.

In hopes of fostering a more efficient secondary market, France last June amended a law dating from 1852 to provide for a new type of financial institution. Under the new law financial institutions or groups of institutions could form a Societe de Credit Foncier, whose sole purpose would be the refinancing of eligible assets through the issuance of Obligations Fonciers.

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