Tuesday, May 24, 2022

All posts by Miguel A. Ferrer

  • Careful with Maligning Investors, We Need Them

    I have observed with increasing concern a growing sentiment against Act 22 investors, particularly when it comes to the housing market. After years in which Puerto Rico’s economy has experienced chronic disinvestment and massive capital loss, it...

    • Posted April 24, 2022
  • A Need for Justice

    A great debate has ensued after the approval of the plan of adjustment for Puerto Rico’s bankruptcy over who won and who lost. The reality is that Puerto Rico found itself buried under a mountain of obligations...

    • Posted March 5, 2022
  • A New Look at Acts 20/22

    As we begin 2022, there are several key positive developments that facilitate Puerto Rico’s future path. Yet as we look beyond this year, we should focus on adding crucial pieces to support a healthy economy once again,...

    • Posted February 10, 2022
  • Santurce es Ley

    Public Art Has Been Emerging in Various Urban Areas of Puerto Rico, Especially San Juan

    • Posted February 1, 2019
  • Coming Soon: Publisher’s Corner

    'We will all benefit from these leaders’ collective wisdom'

    • Posted November 9, 2018
  • Let’s Avoid Total Annihilation

    The Fiscal Plan proposed by the administration of Gov. Ricardo Rosselló and approved by the Financial Oversight & Management Board unfortunately includes a powerful time bomb that can cause devastating effects on Puerto Rico’s society and economy....

    • Posted March 24, 2017
  • [Editorial] Beware: Title III vs. Title VI

      The wrong choice could have disastrous consequences! Promesa, or the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management & Economic Stability Act, provides a map where there was none to restructure our debt and reorganize our finances. Yet, the discussion...

    • Posted January 12, 2017
  • [EDITORIAL] How to Succeed—by Trying!

    From fiscal and economic chaos in PR, a phoenix rises

    • Posted August 18, 2016
  • What Next? Let’s ReStart!

    As we move to a possible head-on collision with the federal fiscal-control board or Junta, Puerto Rico needs to assure that through credible voices it is heard with regard to the difficult determinations this group of seven will make. The future...

    • Posted July 21, 2016
  • Publisher’s Letter

    Dear Readers: Much to my dismay, the process of restructuring Puerto Rico’s debt is moving toward what I believe is a disastrous path for local bondholders and for the economy as a whole. This issue, which I...

    • Posted February 11, 2016
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