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ACRA Europe withdraws the ratings of Azerbaijan
Friday, 11 October 2019
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ACRA Europe (formerly European Rating Agency, “ERA”) has today withdrawn the unsolicited credit rating assigned to Azerbaijan.

The rating has been withdrawn  based on ACRA Europe own business reasons. The withdrawal of the rating is not linked to any concerns about the rated entity’s creditworthiness or the quality of the information available.

The last rating action on Azerbaijan (BB+, outlook Stable) can be found under the following link.

 
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