WASHINGTON — Triple-A rated ­Baltimore County expects to competitively sell $262 million of general obligation bonds tomorrow, including the largest amount of recovery zone economic development bonds sold by any issuer to date.

The Maryland county, ranked third most populous and second for jobs in the state, plans to issue $32.6 million of economic development bonds, the total amount it was allocated by the Internal Revenue Service under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The taxable bonds offer issuers a 45% interest cost subsidy from the federal government.

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