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ESG, Credit Risk and Ratings: A Case Study
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ESG, Credit Risk and Ratings: A Case Study

A key challenge when considering which ESG (environmental, social, governance) factors to consider in sovereign analysis is the issue of potential latent risks, which tend to manifest in the long term and often have indirect effects on creditworthiness.

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