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O) said it was "aggressively pursuing" loss mitigation strategies in debt-laden Puerto Rico. Ambac's plan announced in its quarterly...
Natalie Jaresko will advocate for Puerto Rico in the federal capital while she believes that the government and the main creditors may reach an...
The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (a/k/a Government of Puerto Rico) filed a Title III Petition with the U.S. District Court in the District of Puerto...
Not long ago I had the opportunity to build a hotel in Old San Juan with a group of fellow entrepreneurs. We found an interested developer, but he...
The knockout blow landed when 1 million customers initially lost power in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Irma -- and Maria virtually knocked all...
One of the fundamental pillars of the island’s economic recovery is a stable and reliable electrical system
The institution pledges tuition income to pay for its obligations
Various civic and religious organizations came together on April 3 for a mass vigil to call for an audit of Puerto Rico's public debt, which has...
Puerto Rico bonds are trading near record lows, but that doesn't mean they're not worth even less. The island triggered the start of the...
Puerto Rico, reeling from a debt crisis lasting more than a year, reached an agreement Monday that should set the stage for meaningful talks with its...
The Coalition asks that the Board, the Legislature and the Governor have a meeting in order to standardize the solutions for the fiscal problems in...
By Nick BrownMay 17 (Reuters) - Puerto Rico on Wednesday will face investors for the first time in a bankruptcy court, as it kicks off the biggest...
May 1 marks the end of the freeze of lawsuits against Puerto Rico, and it is quickly approaching. Bondholders are fighting to be first in line to be...
Puerto Rico seeks title III bankruptcy protection for COFINA debt ... that was part of the Puerto Rico rescue law passed last year known as PROMESA.
They argue that the Government issued debt unconstitutionally