CHICAGO – Joining the crowd of borrowers, the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Airports Commission plans to hit the market next week with a $438 million deal that will mark its first new money sale in four years.

Proceeds of the sale tentatively set to price on Dec. 6 will help cover the costs of projects in initial years of a $1.5 billion capital improvement program that runs through 2022. It funds terminal renovations, expands parking, and funds a new rental car facility at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

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