WASHINGTON - The Treasury said yesterday that it believes government borrowing needs can be met for the time being without adding new issues to the auction cycle.

"For the foreseeable future, we believe that the current regular cycles for bills, notes, and bonds will be sufficient to refund maturing securities and raise needed cash." said Frank Newman, Treasury undersecretary for domestic finance.

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