CHICAGO – The Indiana Finance Authority is coming to market Thursday with $1.26 billion of Midwestern Disaster Area Bonds, in the largest deal to date for the soon-to-expire program and one of two large borrowings to finance Midwest fertilizer plants hitting the market this week.

The two new facilities are among the first fertilizer plants to be built in the U.S. in more than 30 years as part of a rebound of the domestic nitrogen fertilizer industry.

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