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People’s Republic of China

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According to SWI method (unsolicited, long-term, foreign currency)

BBB+[1]See Credit rating table

Outlook: Negative
(last SWI update: 2020-12-31)

Credit ratings from rating agencies and other models, see below.

GDP (PPP)[2]GDP = Gross Domestic Product, PPP = Purchasing Power Parity: $26,731 billion (2021 est.)[3]External Link, last update 2020-10-31 | GDP (PPP) per capita: $18,983 (2021 est.)[4]External Link, last update 2020-10-31 | Currency: CNY
Further information about People’s Republic of China available at Wikipedia.

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Overview of credit ratings (long-term, foreign currency) of People’s Republic of China according to the most common rating agencies (CRA) and available rating models (in alphabetical order):

TypeRatingOutlookLast update
DBRS Morningstar[5]Website of DBRS. Last update 2023-11-9CRAAStable2023-11-09
Fitch Ratings[6]Website of Fitch. Last update 2024-4-9CRAA+Negative2024-04-09
Moody's Investors Service[7]Website of Moody's. Last update 2023-12-5CRAA1Negative2023-12-05
Scope Ratings[8]External Link - last update 2023-5-12CRAAStable2023-05-12
S&P Global Ratings[9]External Link - last update 2021-6-25CRAA+Stable2021-06-25
Poll (Countries)[10]See 'Rating Method Poll (Countries)' - 2018-10-15ModelBBB+n/a2012-10-30
Public Sector Credit Framework (PSCF)[11]No data available.Modeln.r.n/an/a
Resilience (Countries)[12]Please note, that complexity values do not represent default probabilities; a 'credit rating' according to the resilience method represent the actual ability to withstand extreme events.[13]No data available.Modeln.r.n/an/a
Sovereign Wikirating Index (SWI)[14]SWI credit ratings are estimated for the time period 2021-2023 (based on the latest yearly evaluation from 2020-12-31). See 'Rating Method Sovereign Wikirating Index (SWI)'.ModelBBB+Negative2020-12-31


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