Amendment to FY 2019 loan policies for state water pollution control revolving fund CWSRF and state drinking water revolving loan fund DWSRF by South Carolina Water Quality Revolving Fund Authority
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South Carolina Rural Infrastructure Authority
SubjectGovernment lending--South Carolina; Water pollution control industry--South Carolina--Finance; South Carolina Water Quality Revolving Fund Authority
When the FY 2019 Loan Policies were established on October 1, 2018, the municipal bond market interest rates were trending upward, but began to decline in 2019. The descent accelerated in 2020 to historically low levels due to the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. It is due to these dramatically altered circumstances that the South Carolina Water Quality Revolving Fund Authority, by this action, is authorizing a reduction to the FY 2019 interest rates which are currently the highest in our portfolio.
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|Publisher||South Carolina State Library|
|Digital Collection||South Carolina State Documents Depository|
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