FinMin: Russias ratings underrated.

By bne IntelliNews August 10, 2011
Press-release published by FinMin together with the budgetary strategy draft for 2012-2014 argues that Russias sovereign ratings are underrated. FinMin believes that current ratings (BBB/Positive by Fitch, Baa1/Stable by Moodys and BBB/Stable by S&Ps) are undervaluing Russias economy, deserving a higher rating. Ministry is going to create conditions for the revising the rating to A category.
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