DENVER -- Standard & Poor's Corp. came close this week to placing Denver International Airport revenue debt on CreditWatch, but after three days of intense discussions chose not to change the BBB rating, an official with the rating agency said yesterday.

Standard & Poor's was spurred into discussions because Denver officials said Monday that the airport would not open until March 9.

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