International rating agency Standard & Poor's raised Greece's credit rating from B to B + with a positive outlook. Analysts of the agency, noting the continued high level of public debt in Greece, pointed to an improvement in the balance of risks of the country's creditworthiness. In their opinion, the growth of the rating of Greece will be facilitated by an increase in foreign investment in the country, as well as the recovery of the Greek banking system. As reported earlier by the European Commission, the financial crisis around Greece is over, and in August 2018 the country for the first time since 2010 will have to independently enter the financial markets.
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