CHICAGO — Triple-A rated Hennepin County, the richest county in Minnesota, will take competitive bids Tuesday on $60 million of new-money general obligation bonds in its first borrowing of the year.

The county had planned to offer another $60 million of advance refunding bonds, but decided Friday to pull the deal when it appeared the negative arbitrage was going to exceed any savings, officials said.

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