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BRAZIL: Fitch Affirms BB Rating And Maintains Negative Outlook

RTTNews Friday, 10 November 2017 ()
Credit risk agency Fitch kept Brazil's rating unchanged at BB with a negative outlook, pointing to the country's public accounts "structural weaknesses" and the government's high indebtedness, together with the prospects of low economic growth and the recent political instability.
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