All posts tagged "debt"
Lawsuit requests U.S. government to answer for Puerto Rico’s debt
Also seeks repeal of fiscal plans, a debt audit and preventing the privatization of the power company
- Posted April 24, 2018
Puerto Rico House introduces measure requiring information on debt negotiations
Island's fiscal agency claims it has been sharing information with the legislature
- Posted April 13, 2018
Investigator subpoenas more financial institutions in Puerto Rico debt probe
Kobre & Kim interviews dozens of witnesses
- Posted April 6, 2018
Puerto Rico debt investigation team solicits public input
Fiscal board issues statement on behalf of Kobre & Kim
- Posted March 21, 2018
Fiscal board advised to condition payment of Puerto Rico debt to island’s economic recovery
Recipe for economic sustainability offered
- Posted January 16, 2018
Tax Bill Could Undermine Puerto Rico’s Recovery, Governor Says
Rosselló also said Puerto Rico's Medicaid funding could run out as soon as February, leaving millions of residents without health insurance coverage, unless Congress acts soon
- Posted December 19, 2017
China makes no offer of debt relief for Venezuela
Venezuela owes China $23 billion.
- Posted November 16, 2017
Puerto Rico bonds sink; White House says no debt bailout
The federal government lacks the authority to simply do away with Puerto Rico’s staggering $74 billion debt.
- Posted October 5, 2017
Puerto Rico’s debt service payment could be reduced to zero, for now
Investment firms that are claiming debt payments from the government under Title III could accommodate themselves to the island’s disaster by becoming investors.
- Posted October 3, 2017
Greek state budget sees steady pick-up in economy
ATHENS, Greece – Greece’s government on Monday presented what it calls the last of the bailout-era state budgets, predicting economic growth of 2.4 percent and a significant budget surplus in 2018. In the draft 2018 budget, the economy is...
- Posted October 2, 2017