Wednesday 02, August 2017 by Matthew AmlĂ´t

Moody's: Ethiopia's credit profile balances high growth and low debt costs against challenges

Ethiopia's B1 rating and stable outlook reflects its strengths, including high growth levels and low debt-servicing costs, set against challenges such as high inflation, low per capita income, low foreign exchange reserves and a weak institutional framework, Moody's Investors Service says in an annual report today.

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