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Conditional Single Permit Allows Businesses to Flow While Waiting for Inspections

https://www.theweeklyjournal.com/top-stories/conditional-single-permit-allows-businesses-to-flow-while-waiting-for/article_1088ebc8-1615-11ea-8e2c-c7f810fa8ef3.html Conditional Single Permit Allows Businesses to Flow While Waiting for Inspections Administrative order seeks to accelerate permits process Giovanna Garofalo, The Weekly Journal Dec 4, 2019 Many local businesses have been closed for more than a month due to … Continue reading

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Government Implements Administrative Order to Speed Up Permits Process – with single condition permit

While a step in the right direction, one only need waste a day in the Puerto Rico DMV/DTOP to see that Puerto Rican politicians don’t get it.  The DMV waiting time is a litmus test for ease of doing business … Continue reading

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Concerns grow as Puerto Rico to spend $2B to fight COVID-19

$2 billion divided into an estimated 3.1 million people living in Puerto Rico equals $645 per person.  Yet, of course, not everyone will receive $645 directly, as some receive far more and some receive nothing. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/ap/article-8320763/Concerns-grow-Puerto-Rico-spend-2B-fight-COVID-19.html Concerns grow as Puerto … 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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How dependence on corporate tax breaks corroded Puerto Rico’s economy

http://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/usa-puertorico-economy Puerto Pobre How dependence on corporate tax breaks corroded Puerto Rico’s economy By Nick Brown Filed Dec. 20, 2016, noon GMT The island bet on multinational manufacturers, who bailed when the U.S. repealed a key tax incentive. Meanwhile, frustrated … Continue reading

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