BRADENTON, Fla. — Miami-Dade County next week plans to offer $600 million of aviation revenue bonds to continue financing for a major capital improvement program at Miami International Airport that is nearing completion.

Airport officials also plan to step up financing efforts with next week’s issuance, as well as other deals this year, to take advantage of a provision in the federal economic stimulus bill that allows the county to sell airport debt without being subject to the alternative minimum tax.

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