DALLAS - Harris County, which includes Houston, will competitively price $395 million of tax anticipation notes next week to cover cash-flow needs in the upcoming fiscal year.

Texas' most populous county is enjoying a relatively robust economy compared to most urban centers and last April won a general obligation debt upgrade to AAA from Standard & Poor's.

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