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Finding Water in Puerto Rico: An Endless Game of Cat and Mouse

  Finding Water in Puerto Rico: An Endless Game of Cat and Mouse By CAITLIN DICKERSONOCT. 12, 2017 The beverage shelves were empty at a Walgreens store in the Santurce neighborhood of San Juan. Credit Dennis M. Rivera Pichardo for … Continue reading

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Sam’s Club closed the Los Colobos location in Carolina PR on 7-21-17. Plaza Escorial location in Carolina will remain open

There are consequences to raising taxes!  Higher taxes drive businesses and consumers away.  Higher taxes lead to less money in the pockets of consumers, less money for businesses to employ people, less money for businesses to expand. http://caribbeanbusiness.com/carolina-sams-club-consolidation-impacts-250-employees Carolina Sam’s … Continue reading

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Wal-Mart Transfer-Pricing Tax Declared Unconstitutional

It’s common sense that one cannot, for long, spend more than their income.  Doing this for long time periods is destructive and irresponsible.  Our leaders in PR and the USA Federal Government have failed us, we the people.  Discriminatory taxation … Continue reading

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Walmart defeats Puerto Rico’s efforts to single out Walmart for an unfair higher tax

Walmart, rightfully so, wins fight against Puerto Rico after Puerto Rico attempted to unfairly single out Walmart to tax them and them alone at far higher rates than anyone else.  Had Puerto Rico been successful, then Walmart would have likely … Continue reading

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Minimum wages price people out of jobs

Because WalMart and McDonald’s are so dominant and well-known, they make easy targets.  However, forgotten are the millions of small businesses that also have to comply with minimum wage laws.  In any case, the higher the minimum wage, the fewer … Continue reading

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Walmart will be closing 4 Amigo and 3 Super Ahorro stores on 1-28-16

Walmart will be closing all 3 Super Ahorros stores in Coamo, Utuado, and Villalba. They will also be closing 4 Amigo stores in Carolina, Rio Grande, Salinas, and Toa Alta, although the 20 other Amigo stores will remain open.  The … Continue reading

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Puerto Rico food prices, Puerto Rico food costs, weekly food ad specials, food ads, shopper, shoppers, groceries, grocery prices, grocery store prices at the supermarket

Shoppers will find it helpful to buy more food when on sale and stock up. If you find this list useful, be sure to add your comments below. If not, updates will not be published in the future. Future posts … Continue reading

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