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BEIJING, February 4. /TASS/. Chinese rating agency Dagong has warned about risks of Ukrainian government debt restructuring.
"I believe Ukraine has no sufficient potential to repay the debt using internal resources. Borrowings were made subject to political trends and in conditions of economic instability inside the country. The political situation in the country, the state of affairs in the society and the war adversely affect the economy and hence the ability to repay debts, Therefore the state of affairs in Ukraine triggers our concerns," the president of Dagong Guan Jianzhong said on Wednesday.
He added the political influence on the economy "can hardly be mitigated" in the near term.