CHICAGO — Cincinnati is expected to enter the market Tuesday with about $80 million of unlimited-tax general obligation debt that is part of the city’s regular annual borrowing to finance capital projects.

The borrowing is a mix of refunding and new money and is divided into five series of bonds, two of which are federally taxable.

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