LOS ANGELES — California will appeal to international investors Thursday when it prices $1.2 billion in taxable general obligation bonds to help fund its $64 billion high-speed rail project.

The bonds are being marketed to international as well as domestic institutional buyers by joint lead managers JPMorgan and Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

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