The international credit rating agency Standard and Poor has decided to raise Israel's rating from A- to A, media outlets reported Wednesday.
S&P representatives recently met with Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer, Finance Minister Ronnie Bar-On, and other senior officials in the Finance Ministry, and were presented with data on the state of Israel's economy.
The new rating is expected to lead to a boost in foreign investment in the economy.
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