Fitch Ratings: Credit in Central America slowed down
Credit rates in Central America have slowed down, according to a study by Fitch Ratings.
Honduras was the lowest ranking of the countries, with a credit growth rate of a little more than 2 percent, compared to the regional average of 6 to 12 percent.
Fitch expects the credit rate for the region to grow 7 percent this year, compared to almost 9 percent in 2012.
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