Coface Downgrades World Sector Ratings for Construction, Pharmaceuticals, IT and Mobile Phone Manufacturers -- Part 1

Williams, Grant
January 2007
Credit Control;2007, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p36
Trade Publication
The article reports on the ratings of several industrial sectors in context of a change in the global economy. It is stated that despite a moderate global slowdown, which is expected in 2007, the economies in the emerging countries will perform well in comparison to that of developed countries due to which the world ratings of several sectors have been downgraded. These sectors include construction, pharmaceuticals and information technology.


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