Standard & Poor's sees Central American debt risk
Several Central American countries face an increasing credit risk due to their external debt, according to a Standard & Poor's report.
The region's six countries have a 'BB' grade, placing them under the minimum investment grade of 'BBB-'.
However, each country's situation differs, according to the report. The sovereign debts of each country are "facing increasing credit risks" the report points out.
Source (in Spanish): La Nación