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U.S. Census Bureau, Other Agencies Join Forces to Promote Best Practices for Usage of Puerto Rico’s Unique Address Data

https://census.gov/library/stories/2020/01/street-addresses-are-simple-not-in-puerto-rico.html The USA Federal Government wants to fix the addressing system for Puerto Rico addresses, something that Puerto Rico should have done on its own long ago.  How do you feel about Puerto Rico’s antiquated, backwards, confusing, inefficient addressing system?  … Continue reading

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Report reveals serious deficiencies in Puerto Rico’s infrastructure – average grade of D-

Does Puerto Rico still use the marketing slogan, “Puerto Rico does it better?” Does what better?  Better than whom? https://www.elnuevodia.com/english/english/nota/reportrevealsseriousdeficienciesinpuertoricosinfrastructure-2529236 Report reveals serious deficiencies in Puerto Rico’s infrastructure The American Society of Civil Engineers says findings in the report show … Continue reading

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Bureaucracy is the enemy of growth

Puerto Rico wages are lower that the lowest state, Mississippi.  An argument can be made that Puerto Rican wages are TOO HIGH, based on the low productivity and inefficiencies in conducting business with the government in PR. https://www.elnuevodia.com/english/english/nota/bureaucracyistheenemyofgrowth-2525937 Bureaucracy is … Continue reading

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A huge difference in salaries between Puerto Rico and Mississippi

How much of the lower salaries in PR are related to the inefficiencies and lower productivity of Puerto Rican workers?   Spend a day in the DMV getting a driver’s license or renewing your car compared to doing the same … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico private sector calls Permits Regulation regressive

Puerto Rico is a difficult place to conduct personal and business transactions with the government.  Whether it’s spending all day at the DMV to renew a driver’s license or registration; or to renew licenses for a business, PR leaders need … Continue reading

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Examples of Puerto Rican unprofessionalism – making it hard to do business in Puerto Rico, wasting time, not listing store hours, locations correctly. For ease of doing business, Puerto Rico ranks 64th vs the mainland USA at 8th

Puerto Rico ranks 64th in the world in ease of doing business, while the 50 states rank 8th.  New Zealand ranks #1 as the best.   While the education system in Puerto Rico is notoriously bad in the public schools from … Continue reading

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