CHICAGO - Detroit would securitize the revenues of several city assets as well as cut employee pay by 10% to wipe out an estimated $300 million shortfall under a long-awaited deficit reduction plan that city officials unveiled Friday.

The proposals come a few weeks after all three ratings agencies downgraded the city's general obligation debt into junk-bond territory. Credit analysts cited the deficit as one of the chief factors behind the downgrades.

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