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The Fiscal Plan’s proposals could divest some government entities of their main functions
Law360, New York (August 7, 2017, 7:28 PM EDT) -- Hedge fund Aurelius Capital Management, a significant stakeholder in Puerto Rico's historic .....
Big transformations are anticipated for the Department of Economic Development and Commerce of Puerto Rico and the Department of Family Affairs
Puerto Rico has filed for a bankruptcy-like restructuring of its $70 billion debt, and many analysts are strongly suggesting that it serve as a wake-...
Natalie Jaresko will advocate for Puerto Rico in the federal capital while she believes that the government and the main creditors may reach an...
Puerto Rico was placed under court protection on Wednesday in what amounts to the largest-ever U.S. municipal bankruptcy, a stark illustration of the...
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...
Motivations behind the documents required by a committee of creditors and the Oversight Board
Stockton bankruptcy judge among five tapped to mediate Puerto Rico debt ... Puerto Rico, the U.S. territory with $70 billion of debt and a 45 percent...
DALLAS, May 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Puerto Rico International Insurers Association (PRIIA) issued the following statement in response to the ...
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...
A territorial bankruptcy process under Tittle III of Promesa protects only government essential services
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...
Long before Hurricane Maria left millions on the island without power or water, Puerto Rico was battling a financial crisis years in the making...
A trustee of the United States designates committees to renegotiate debt