Fitch Urges Health Care Sector To Disclose Quarterly

Daulerio, A.J.
October 2002
Bond Buyer;10/24/2002, Vol. 342 Issue 31498, p32
Trade Publication
Reports on encouragement given to U.S. health care entities to provide quarterly financial disclosures by rating agency Fitch Ratings Inc. (FR). Means of encouragement; Plans of FR to evaluate the disclosure practice of health care and long-term credits; Strictness of its policy.


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