SAN FRANCISCO — Guam will hit the market next week to sell $235 million of new bonds to pay off a backlog of overdue tax refunds.

Officials said they developed a new bond structure backed by the U.S. territory’s business privilege tax to obtain an investment-grade rating in a bid to grab the best yields possible for the triple-tax-exempt offering.

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