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Puerto Rico’s eye-popping economic situation, in charts

https://qz.com/1091341/puerto-ricos-eye-popping-economic-situation-in-charts Puerto Rico’s eye-popping economic situation, in charts By Eshe NelsonSeptember 30, 2017 The catastrophic devastation that Hurricane Maria brought to Puerto Rico has been made worse by the island’s struggling economy and the US government’s poor efforts to help aid … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico needs an IMF-style economic plan

  https://www.aei.org/publication/puerto-rico-needs-an-imf-style-economic-plan Desmond Lachman October 27, 2017 | Real Clear Markets Puerto Rico needs an IMF-style economic plan Economics, International Economics It would be an understatement to state that the hurricane-battered Puerto Rican economy is at serious risk of entering … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico’s Newest Problem: The Population Can Leave Even If The Debts Don’t

Puerto Rico is a lesson in the failure of Socialism as it drives the productive members of society to leave or work less, just as it happened in Cuba and Venezuela, Puerto Rico’s Latin neighbors. http://www.forbes.com/sites/timworstall/2016/01/05/puerto-ricos-newest-problem-the-population-can-leave-even-if-the-debts-dont/#7318f6fb3812 Jan 5, 2016 @ … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico’s housing market sluggish – leading economic indicators, statistics on turnaround

http://www.globalpropertyguide.com/Caribbean/Puerto-Rico/Price-History Puerto Rico’s housing market sluggish Puerto Rico has suffered an enormous economic crisis in the past five years.  There’s been high unemployment, massive emigration, and a near-catastrophic national debt crisis and credit rating downgrades The crisis has brought many … Continue reading

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