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After Moody's: Fitch lowers Israel's credit rating

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American credit rating agency Fitch Ratings economists have decided to lower Israel's credit rating, given the difficulties the country is facing.

The company's detailed report is expected to be published in about three weeks © Mena Today 

American credit rating agency Fitch Ratings economists have decided to lower Israel's credit rating, given the difficulties the country is facing. 

Israel's Accountant General Yali Rothenberg is visiting London to hold meetings with the company's economists, in which he will try to convince them to avoid the reduction at this stage. 

The company's detailed report is expected to be published in about three weeks, following the international rating agency Moody's downgraded Israel's credit rating to A2 for the first time two weeks ago.

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