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Moody’s says the industry is focusing increasingly on so-called secondary perils, such as convective storms and wildfires
Suicide bomber reportedly struck when a Chinese delegation was meeting Taliban officials at the ministry
This year’s sale brings the action closer to the Mother City’s heart but costs far more than last year’s one on a stud farm
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Moody’s Corporation, the holding company that owns the eponymous credit ratings agency, has agreed to buy a 51% stake in Global Credit Rating Company (GCR), a rival ratings agency that focuses on Africa.
GCR has operations in SA, Nigeria, Senegal, Kenya and Mauritius and describes itself on its website as having the largest ratings team in Africa thanks to its extensive on-the-ground presence in countries across the continent. The company traces its origins back to 1996 when it was established as the African arm of US financial services consultancy Duff & Phelps, which has since been rebranded as Kroll…
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