Moody's Improves Transparency


International credit rating agency Moody's Investors Service is launching a project to make its ratings system more transparent, following pressure from international regulatory agencies.

Before year-end, Moody's plans to designate rated issuers that do not willingly participate in discussions, based on public information such as commercial discussions or company-issued press releases. Moody's will list such issuers on its Web site so that investors and regulators know which firms decline to

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