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creditworthy

(of an individual or business enterprise) adjudged as meriting credit on the basis of such factors as earning power, previous record of debt repayment, etc.
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In addition, the Water Creditworthiness Initiative will leverage the International Benchmarking Network (IBNET) platform , the largest publicly available
Positive trends in Brazil's sovereign creditworthiness have been seen in recent months.
Trends in creditworthiness could stabilize or reverse, on the other hand, if the credibility of fiscal or monetary policy were to deteriorate because of unduly expansionary stances.
LONDON, May 18, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group (C40) and strategic funding partner the Children's Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) launched a new Creditworthiness Network that will help selected cities achieve a credit rating in order to finance climate-related projects.
S&P credit analyst Richard Barnes said the increasingly "minimalist"-looking plans would "do little to make the eurozone a more cohesive monetary union or address banks' direct and indirect dependence on the creditworthiness of their national governments.
The conflict in the country's southeast has been a longstanding source of political uncertainty constraining Turkey's creditworthiness.
While acknowledging that a proposed banking union would help the creditworthiness of weaker governments in the euro zone, the agency said that lack of coordination among government leaders over the new plan would affect their sovereign ratings.
Moody's believes that it is reasonable to assume that the EU's creditworthiness should move in line with the creditworthiness of its strongest key member states considering the significant linkages between member states and the EU, and the likelihood that the large Aaa-rated member states would likely not prioritise their commitment to backstop the EU debt obligations over servicing their own debt obligations.
Summary: BEIRUT: In its semiannual survey on the creditworthiness of 178 countries, Institutional Investor magazine ranked Lebanon in the 105th place worldwide and 14th among 20 countries in the Middle East and North Africa region in the March 2011 survey.
Fitch's assessment of the ratings creditworthiness of Dubai's electricity and water utility has historically been a reflection of the agency's view on the creditworthiness of the sovereign, as a result of strong operational, legal and strategic linkages.
However, some borrowers have limited or no credit histories, and lenders are unable to determine their creditworthiness using this traditional method.
assessed Macedonia's creditworthiness as positive, assigning it BB+ credit ratings with a stable outlook and confirmed the expectations of Standard and Poor's for keeping the present creditworthiness in the future.