BRADENTON, Fla. — The Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia this week plans to sell $178.1 million of new and refunding subordinated revenue bonds.

The MEAG deal comes after one rating agency changed its outlook for the credit to negative from stable due to repercussions from the nuclear disaster in Japan.

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