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Quantity not quality

15 August 2011 By Neil Unmack

France’s triple-A rating is the weak link in the soon-to-be-expanded European Financial Stability Facility. A downgrade would almost certainly dent the rescue fund’s top rating, pushing up borrowing costs for bailed-out countries. But this need not be a disaster.

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