Economist Says Latest Ratings Cut No Surprise
Ljubljana, 14 January - S&P's downgrade of Slovenia's sovereign credit ratings is by no means surprising given the country's political crisis and bad economic policies, economist Bernard Brščič told the STA on Saturday, in response to the rating agency's decision to cut Slovenia's main credit rating from AA- to A+.
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