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  DateDocument Type Title Issuer/Entity
03 Dec 2019 Sector In-Depth Non-Investment Grade Sovereigns – Global: Slowing global growth raises risks for highly indebted and liquidity constrained sovereigns (slides)
26 Nov 2019 Sector In-Depth 2020 Global Macroeconomic and Sovereign Outlook (Moody's Teleconference November 2019) (Presentation)
24 Oct 2019 Credit Opinion Government of Japan – A1 stable: Update following rating affirmation, outlook unchanged
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15 Oct 2019 Issuer Comment Government of Malaysia: Growth-focused budget pursues continued deficit reduction; government may narrowly miss targets amid weak demand Malaysia, Government of
15 Oct 2019 Outlook Construction - Global: Outlook remains stable; infrastructure drives revenue growth, new orders
09 Oct 2019 Issuer In-Depth Government of India: Weaker growth outlook dampens prospects for fiscal consolidation, constrains credit profile India, Government of
03 Sep 2019 Sector Comment Macroeconomics – Global : Steadily worsening US-China trade friction will leave a lasting impact on the global economy
23 Aug 2019 Sector In-Depth Sovereigns – Asia Pacific: Regional Growth Update -- Weaker trade and investment weigh on GDP growth despite stable private and public consumption (slides)
08 Aug 2019 Sector In-Depth Airports – Asia-Pacific: Asia-Pacific Airports Chartbook (SLIDES)
25 Jul 2019 Sector Comment Digital technologies can boost productivity and reshape labor markets, industries and credit (Slides)
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