The floods will affect the government’s finances, increasing expenditure and depressing revenue, but are not expected to affect the Kingdom’s creditworthiness, said Moody’s Investors Service. In its weekly credit-outlook report, prepared by Christian de Guzman, assistant vice president-analyst, Sovereign Risk Group at Moody.
Moody’s sees no impact from flood damage
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