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Fitch Ratings has downgraded Croatia's rating by one notch, from 'BBB-' to 'BB+', because the country's fiscal situation has deteriorated and its economy is again expected to contract this year.The 'BB+' rating denotes a non-investment (speculative) grade, and the agency cited several key reasons that led it to downgrade the rating."Croatia's fiscal outlook has deteriorated since Fitch's previous sovereign rating review in November 2012. The agency has revised up its forecast for this year's general government deficit to 4.7% in 2013 from 3.9%, while general government debt/GDP is now expected to peak at 66% of GDP in 2016, up from our previous forecast of 62%. Stock-flow adjustments, emanating from the restructuring of loss-making state-owned enterprises, pose further risks to public debt sustainability," the rating agency said reports TPortal.
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