The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey failed to sell $300 million in bonds yesterday. The Port Authority received no bids for the bonds, and plans to try to sell them again next year. The Port Authority’s $30 billion capital plan requires that it continually sell bonds to finance the construction of major projects, including the Freedom Tower.
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