New Jersey officials yesterday said they hope to issue $1.6 billion in refunding bonds next week, deferring more than $900 million of debt service scheduled to come due over the next three years.

In a presentation to the state Legislature's Joint Budget Oversight Committee, Treasury officials said the deal will be negotiated and include both advance refunding and current refunding components. Present-value savings to the state would be almost $24 million.

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