Standard & Poor’s Corp. said Wednesday it does not expect to make substantial changes to its ratings on bonds issued by 16 Asia-Pacific nations following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in the United States.

“Standard & Poor’s expects that any future rating actions will be prompted more by policymakers’ responses to changed events, rather than the events themselves,” the U.S. credit-rating agency said.

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