2010 Country Credit Survey: The New World Trumps the Old
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2010 Country Credit Survey: The New World Trumps the Old

Finance Ministers Meet as Euro Crisis Spreads
Fernando Teixeira dos Santos, Portugal's finance minister, is greeted by Christine Lagarde, France's finance minister, as he arrives at the emergency meeting of European Union finance ministers in Brussels, Belgium, on Sunday, May 9, 2010. European Union finance ministers pledged to stop a sovereign debt crisis from shattering confidence in the euro as they held an emergency summit to hammer out a lending mechanism for deficit-stricken nations. Photographer: Jock Fistick/Bloomberg *** Local Caption *** Fernando Teixeira dos Santos; Christine Lagarde | Jock Fistick/Bloomberg

Global creditworthiness improves as gains in emerging markets offset sharp declines in Europe.

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