AKRON, Ohio, Dec 26 (Reuters) - Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. , the largest U.S. tiremaker, said on Thursday that a credit rating downgrade from Standard & Poor's puts the company at the minimum rating needed to access certain accounts receivable financing programs. The company, based in Akron, Ohio, also said its North American replacement tire shipments fell in November, and again lagged industry averages. S&P on Tuesday cut Goodyear's credit and senior unsecured debt ratings ...
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