ATLANTA -The market on Wednesday will have the chance to pick up some natural triple-A rated debt when the Gwinnett County Water and Sewerage Authority in Georgia issues $190 million of revenue bonds.

This is a rare opportunity for investors interested in this kind of debt as the Gwinnett authority is a relatively infrequent issuer. The last time it was in the market was 2006 when it issued about $121 million of refunding bonds, according to Thomson Reuters data.

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