Standard&Poor’s raised Greece’s credit rating

Standard&Poor′s повысило кредитный рейтинг Греции

There is improved balance of risks to the creditworthiness, but public debt still at a high level, experts say S&P.

International rating Agency Standard and Poor’s raised Greece’s credit rating from B to B+, the press service of S&P.

According to experts, the country’s improved balance of risks to the creditworthiness, but public debt still at a high level.

“We may consider further increasing the rating if the growth of foreign direct investment in the country’s economy, and if we see progress in reducing non-performing assets impaired banking system,” – said the Agency.

The head of the IMF welcomed the EU’s decision on Greek debt

Earlier, the Eurogroup decided to allocate Greece the last tranche in the amount of 15 billion euros. This will start the exit of Athens from the financial assistance programme.

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