WASHINGTON — The District of Columbia will price about $700 million of general obligation notes in a competitive sale Oct. 11, the latest in a calendar year-end flurry of borrowing that could see the district sell about $2 billion of munis.

The deal represents the district’s annual short-term borrowing transaction and will be used for cash-flow purposes during fiscal year 2013, said interim deputy chief financial officer and interim treasurer Jeffrey Barnette.

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