The Credit Overhang: How Well Can Latin American Corporates Weather A Hard Landing For Europe?s Economy? Jul 12
- Language: English
- Published: July 2012
- Region: Europe, Latin America
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NY -- Standard & Poor's CreditWire 2/27/98 -- Standard & Poor's today assigned its double-'B'-plus local currency corporate credit rating and double-'B'-minus foreign currency corporate credit rating to Companhia de Eletricidade do Rio de Janeiro (CERJ). The outlook for both local and foreign ratings is stable. CERJ is one of the two dominant electric distribution companies serving the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. CERJ serves 1.3 million clients in 65 municipalities in the state, but its service territory does not include the city of Rio de Janeiro. A consortium led by Chilectra S.A. (single-'A'-minus foreign currency rating/single-'A'-plus local currency rating) acquired a 70.3% interest for R$605 million from the state government in November 1996. Other members of the consortium...
Companies mentioned in this report are: Ampla Energia e Servicos S.A,Endesa S.A.,Enersis S.A.,Chilectra S.A.
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Ampla Energia e Servicos S.A,Endesa S.A.,Enersis S.A.,Chilectra S.A.