Tuesday, July 22 2008
Good news from the economic front. The credit rating of Indiana's state government has been upgraded to the highest possible AAA rating. This will mean savings for the state, municipalities and the 228 school boards who will now be able to borrow at lower interest rates when applying for a loan. The Standard & Poor's rating will also have positive impact on businesses wanting to relocate to the Hoosier state as they can see that the financial forecasts are favorable. This is good news for Indiana.
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