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Fitch cuts Czech currency rating, crown hit

CZECH REPUBLIC - International rating agency Fitch on Mar 28, 2001 cut the Czech Republic's long-term local currency rating, knocking the crown off recent historic highs, though analysts said the currency's firming trend remains.

Fitch said it cut the rating to A from A+. It affirmed the long-term foreign currency rating at BBB+ and the short-term ratings at F2 and said the outlook was stable. "The downgrade was prompted by the sharp fiscal deterioration expected this year and the subsequent i

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