New York City Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani yesterday pleasantly surprised municipal bond analysts by unveiling a fiscal 1995 gap-closing plan that eliminates a $1.1 billion budget shortfall without fiscal gimmicks or bond refundings.

Giuliani's plan, which still needs approval from the city council, would reduce city spending by $810 million in fiscal 1995 through workforce reductions and increased productivity.

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