Iran Opens Ratings Talks With Moody's, Fitch Ahead of Debt SalesBy
Economy minister says no timetable for new sovereign rating
Fitch withdrew rating for Iran in 2008; Moody's in 2002
Iran is in talks with Moody’s Investors Service and Fitch Ratings about restarting sovereign credit ratings for the oil-rich state, Economic Affairs and Finance Minister Ali Tayyeb Nia said.
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