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6 August 2011 By Richard Beales

The White House doesn’t like S&P’s downgrade of U.S. debt. European officials don’t welcome critiques of sovereign credit, either. Yet governments also mostly want to hold big raters closer by regulating them. The better idea is to push through nascent efforts to cut them loose.

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