Brazil Infrastructure Credit Holding Up: Moodys

Aug 7, 2012

Brazilian infrastructure credits are relatively well insulated from the adverse economic conditions seen globally, Moody’s says, with many supported by regulated tariffs, low exposure to currency volatility and strong regulatory environments. Liquidity is not a major consideration, and the government BNDES continues to fund much of...

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