SAN FRANCISCO — California’s cash position has improved enough for the state to avoid any more short-term external borrowing before the fiscal year ends June 30, state Controller John Chiang announced Tuesday.

“Averting the need for additional borrowing in a still-tight market is great news and will save Californians about $15.4 million in high interest rates,” Chiang said in a statement.

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