Borrowing activity in Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia actually increased in 2009 and 2010 as municipalities took advantage of the Build America Bonds program.
What does BAB stand for?
BAB stands for Build America Bond (US bond)
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We have 82 other meanings of BAB in our Acronym Attic
- Blood-Aqueous Barrier
- Bombardier Aerospace Belfast (Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK)
- Bouchon Anti-Bruit (French)
- Branded Active Benefit
- Bremer Aufbau-Bank (German: Bremer Bank Building; Bremen, Germany)
- Brightstor ARCserve Backup (software)
- Bring a Bottle
- Broches à Billes (French mechanical parts manufacturer)
- Budget Advisory Board
- Build A Bear
- Bundesautobahn (National Highway)
- Business Academy Bexley
- Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (degree)
- Bad-Ass Baseball Association (fantasy baseball league)
- Baltimore Area Boardsailing Association
- Barbados Amateur Basketball Association (St Michael, Barbados, WI)
- Bay Area Bangladesh Association (San Jose, California)
- Bay Area Bluegrass Association
- Bay Area Bonsai Associates (California)
- Bay Artists Book Artists (California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
They are government bonds, the interest on which would be excludible from gross income for federal income tax purposes, if an election to be treated as Build America Bonds were not made.
Created to encourage investments in capital projects this year and next, Build America Bonds have been the answer to Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman's question of how to pay for the development of a new city hall.
PNC announces the completion of the first FHA 242-insured, draw-down Build America Bond (BAB) transaction for Wills Memorial Hospital in Washington, Ga.
net (Isla MacFarlane) The Build America Bond programme authorises state and local governments to issue Build America Bonds (BAB) as taxable municipal bonds in 2009 and 2010 to finance any governmental purpose for which they otherwise could issue tax-exempt government bonds (other than private activity bonds).
The June 26 Wall Street Journal asked Joe Kovar's opinion of Build America Bonds .