U.S. Confident Its $5 Billion S Lawsuit Was Not Retaliation
The United States, which is suing Standard & Poor’s for $5 billion over its credit ratings, said on Monday it is confident that documents the rating agency wants for its defense will not show that the lawsuit was filed in retaliation for a downgrade of the country’s debt. In a filing with the U.S. District Court in Santa Ana, California, the U.S.
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