SAN JUAN — Puerto Rico plans to issue $295 million of new-money general obligation debt by June 30, its first such borrowing in more than two years.

Officials are also looking to move forward on two major public-private-partnerships — a long-term lease of the island’s busiest toll road and one of its main airport in San Juan.

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