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A man dressed as Spider-Man walks past a burning barricade in San Juan, Puerto Rico May 1, to protest their government's austerity measures in...
Instead, the 38-year-old second-generation governor submitted a new plan that would wind down Puerto Rico's Government Development Bank's...
The judicial process to address the debt becomes another risk factor for the economy
March 29 Creditors of Puerto Rico's struggling power authority, PREPA, have presented the island's government with a counter-offer to...
WASHINGTON – House Natural Resources Committee chair Rob Bishop is warning members of Puerto Rico's oversight board that the board's...
The entity owes some $17,880 million in main and subordinated bonds
After nearly two years of missed payments and delayed actions, Puerto Rico is bumping up against another deadline as it tries to grapple with tens of...
Amid the current negotiations of the Puerto Rican government with various bondholders, one group, the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority ...
Law360, New York (June 22, 2017, 3:50 PM EDT) -- The board overseeing Puerto Rico's financial restructuring Wednesday united with bondholders ...
Jenniffer González says that we should start putting pressure on Congress regarding the moratorium
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-...
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...
Puerto Rico has until May 1st to restructure $70 billion in debt. Negotiations with the U.S. legislature re-opened Thursday, but there is a growing...
A group representing University of Puerto Rico faculty has sued the island's cash-strapped government and its federal oversight board over $201...
The report notes that the island faces a $1.3 billion debt payment in February, when a temporary debt moratorium imposed this year by the U.S...