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State makes bid to woo credit ratings agencies

The National Treasury Management Agency and the Department of Finance are preparing to brief the main ratings agencies on Ireland's post-bailout exit plan.

13th July, 2013

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) and the Department of Finance are preparing to brief the main ratings agencies on Ireland's post-bailout exit plan in an effort to improve the country's credit ratings.

Particular focus is being placed on Moody's, which is the only one of the three big ratings firms to rate Ireland as non-investment grade. The authorities will outline the state's economic progress under the troika bailout programme, and point to the fiscal...

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