An emerging recovery and improved cash-flow management mean Pennsylvania will probably not need as much short-term borrowing this fiscal year as originally planned, a senior state official said last week.

Michael H. Hershock, budget secretary to Gov. Robert P. Casey, said Pennsylvania has already eliminated about $475 million of short-term borrowing originally slated for sale in fiscal 1993.

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