LOS ANGELES - Standard & Poor's Corp. yesterday affirmed its ratings on Los Angeles County debt, citing the county's "decisive action" to close a projected $1.4 billion budget gap.

The county budget "remains very tight," given anticipated revenues in fiscal 1994, which began July 1, the rating agency said in a release.

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