NSW retains AAA credit rating

NSW retains AAA credit rating

Sydney : Canada | Oct 24, 2012 at 11:45 PM PDT
Source: The Daily Telegraph
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NSW has retained its triple-A credit rating but the state's financial outlook has been downgraded from stable to negative. Treasurer Mike Baird on Thursday welcomed the report from ratings agency Standard and Poor's and acknowledged the altered outlook reflected "ongoing economic challenges... FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Telegraph
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