CHICAGO — Ohio plans to enter the market next week to refund $271 million of general obligation debt in a transaction that is expected to save the struggling state up to $740 million over the next two years.

It is the first time Ohio has restructured debt in order to achieve budgetary relief, and the deal is one of several one-time measures the state has imposed to address ongoing revenue shortfalls.

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