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Job creation must be a priority in Puerto Rico, not pushing more people onto welfare to make them dependent instead of independent

https://www.elnuevodia.com/english/english/nota/jobcreationmustbeapriority-2578479 Job creation must be a priority Due to the pandemic, the island has the second-highest unemployment rate among U.S. jurisdictions Saturday, June 27, 2020 – 9:47 AM By ELNUEVODIA.COM   To reactivate the economy after the crisis the COVID-19 … Continue reading

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Boehringer Ingelheim invests nearly $50M to expand Puerto Rico plant

Boehringer Ingelheim invests nearly $50M to expand Puerto Rico plant Boehringer Ingelheim invests nearly $50M to expand Puerto Rico plant By Caribbean Business on November 13, 2019 Boehringer Ingelheim’s animal-health manufacturing site in Barceloneta, Puerto Rico. (Courtesy) Will create up … Continue reading

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300,000 Puerto Ricans Projected to Leave Island in Two Years Due to Harmful Socialistic Policies Leading to a Lack of Good Job Opportunities

300,000 Puerto Ricans projected to leave in the next 2 years is a repudiation of Puerto Rican government policies that are crushing opportunity and the outlook for life in Puerto Rico.  The focus should be on long-term economic development creating … Continue reading

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The island that can save America – Puerto Rico can manufacture much needed pharmaceuticals while lessening dependence on foreign countries such as China, India, Ireland

When the government ended the tax incentives for pharmaceutical manufacturers in Puerto Rico in 1996, many of them left, which left Puerto Rico in a downward spiral from which it still has not recovered.  Incentives to bring investors, manufacturing, capital, … Continue reading

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300,000 Puerto Ricans Projected to Leave Island in Two Years

The Puerto Rico government should encourage more Individual Investors to bring more capital and jobs to Puerto Rico, to turn Puerto Rico into a success story like Singapore, which changed from a 3rd world country to a 1st world county, … Continue reading

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The Aerospace Industry in Puerto Rico: The Sky’s the Limit

https://www.theweeklyjournal.com/business/the-aerospace-industry-in-puerto-rico-the-sky-s-the/article_a6aee5b4-ded7-11e9-a858-7b04d5e3b789.html The Aerospace Industry in Puerto Rico: The Sky’s the Limit In terms of job numbers, there has been an increase of 36.4 percent in the last four years Rosario Fajardo, The Weekly Journal Sep 25, 2019 Lufthansa Technik’s operations … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico governor Wanda Vazquez is killing the golden goose, by gouging Individual Investors who are responsible for investing billions in Puerto Rico and hiring thousands of Puerto Ricans for higher paying jobs

The Law to Encourage the Transfer of Individual Investors to Puerto Rico, previously known as Law 22-2012, was a great law when first passed in 2012.  However, the Puerto Rican governor Governor Wanda Vazquez last week raised the requirements to … Continue reading

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Exodus from Puerto Rico grows as island struggles to rebound from Hurricane Maria

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/exodus-from-puerto-rico-grows-as-island-struggles-to-rebound-from-hurricane-maria/2018/03/06/b2fcb996-16c3-11e8-92c9-376b4fe57ff7_story.html Exodus from Puerto Rico grows as island struggles to rebound from Hurricane Maria by Arelis R. Hernández by Arelis R. Hernández Email the author National March 6 Email the author A neighborhood in Cayey, Puerto Rico, remains without power … Continue reading

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Puerto Ricans could ease South Dakota dairy labor shortage

Puerto Rico is a major welfare state.  For the hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans who have been conditioned by the government to rely on welfare, why would they want to work at a job, much less one in a … Continue reading

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Here’s how an obscure tax change sank Puerto Rico’s economy

https://www.cnbc.com/2017/09/26/heres-how-an-obscure-tax-change-sank-puerto-ricos-economy.html Here’s how an obscure tax change sank Puerto Rico’s economy Even before a devastating hurricane brought Puerto Rico to a near standstill, the government there was struggling with an economy in shambles and a default on billions of dollars … Continue reading

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