The change reflects the increased availability of financial reporting information from PDVSA, S&P said in a statement.
"We have received 2005 audited information and up-to-date operating data, which indicate strong profitability and modest leverage, but also confirm our concerns regarding increased social spending and its impact on PDVSA's future capital expenditures," S&P credit analyst Jose Coballasi said.
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