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A market can properly function and prosper when consumption, savings and investments are aligned and in perfect balance.

P.R.’s creditors unite to call for ‘credible, pro-growth’ Fiscal Plan
February 15, 2018, No Comments

A group of creditors, which collectively holds a substantial portion of Puerto Rico's outstanding $73 billion public deb ...

P.R.’s CNE among top think tanks in the world
February 15, 2018, No Comments

For the fifth year in a row, Puerto Rico’s Center for a New Economy (CNE) has been included in the most recent edition ...

Analysis: PR should look to other countries to put economy on stronger track
January 29, 2018, 2 Comments

Puerto Rico’s economic model must change its old ways and look to what has worked for other countries other than the U ...

Study: No new growth strategy will work without debt restructuring
January 17, 2018, 1 Comment

Before Hurricane María, if Puerto Rico were to pay off its debt without completely choking off economic and social deve ...

PRMA urges OBoard to ‘reconsider its role and objectives’
January 17, 2018, No Comments

Given the impact on Puerto Rico’s economy from the onslaught of Hurricanes Irma and María, the collapse of the island ...

PRMA: ’18 brings ‘high level of uncertainty,’ ‘important challenges’
January 2, 2018, No Comments

The new year that began yesterday is already characterized by a high level of uncertainty, largely due to the changes th ...

Analysis: To have ‘fighting chance,’ P.R. needs to rebuild infrastructure, execute clear strategy
January 2, 2018, No Comments

Although Puerto Rico appears to have lost its major corporate tax advantage following the approval of the U.S. Tax Refor ...

Analysis: P.R. will feel economic blow of Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in ’19
December 28, 2017, 1 Comment

The recently passed Fedetal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will have implications for Puerto Rico’s economic that will start to ...

Study: Hurricane María unmasks PR’s poverty, whose face is female
December 19, 2017, No Comments

When Hurricane María hit Puerto Rico it uncovered the poverty that exists in the island, which makes it the poorest Uni ...

Moody’s: Recovery prospects for PREPA bondholders down to 35% after storms
December 15, 2017, No Comments

Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority bondholders can expect to recover about 35 percent of their investments due to the ...