"I believe that other agencies will soon do the same," Tymoshenko noted, UkrInform reported.
The Premier congratulated all ministers on the Standard & Poor's recent revision of Ukraine's Country Rating Outlook to Positive from Negative. "This move signals that the anti-crisis program is efficient and the decisions we make are correct," the Prime Minister underscored.
As reported, Standard & Poor's Ratings Services revised on July 31 its Outlook for Ukraine to Positive from Negative affirming Ukraine's 'CCC+/C' long- and short-term foreign currency sovereign credit ratings, the 'B-/C' long-term and short-term local currency ratings and Ukraine's 'uaBBB' national scale ratings.
The review reflects a recent progress made by Ukraine on implementing structural budgetary and financial sector reforms in compliance with the USD 16 billion International Monetary Fund stand-by arrangement that had led to the third USD 3.2 billion disbursement last week.
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