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1. Banking - financial services - credit risk.

Representing a very low credit risk for a lender, or other party advancing credit.

Creditworthy customers
"Vendor finance is an arrangement between a large creditworthy trade customer, a smaller less creditworthy supplier (vendor), and a bank.
"The vendor discounts the invoices of its large creditworthy customer with the bank, with the knowledge and agreement of the customer."
Vendor finance - the Treasurer's Wiki

2. Credit risk.

Having sufficiently low credit risk to qualify for more favourable - or less restrictive - terms, or to be eligible for particular financial schemes and structures.

Creditworthy poorer countries
"The IBRD aims to reduce poverty in middle-income countries and creditworthy poorer countries by promoting sustainable development through loans, guarantees, risk management products, and analytical and advisory services."
International Bank for Reconstruction and Development - the Treasurer's Wiki

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