All posts tagged "government spending"
Justice secretary: New Puerto Rico Government Act does not violate Constitution
Vázquez says measure does not encroach on powers of Legislature to approve laws, but rather recognizes its faculty to study Reorganization Plan and decide whether to approve it
- Posted November 15, 2017
[Column] It was not supposed to happen
It was not until 2014 that Puerto Rico lost its credit
- Posted September 11, 2017
Spain’s Socialists Reject Rajoy’s Attempt at Grand Coalition
Popular Party short of the majority in parliament
- Posted June 27, 2016
Estudios Técnicos: Government Better Off Reducing Workweek
Laying off workers would result in an $829.8 million GNP loss
- Posted May 31, 2016
Consolidating or Eliminating Municipalities Proposed as Fiscal Control Measure
SAN JUAN – Popular Democratic Party (PDP) Rep. José Báez and Marie Hernández, legislator assistant and candidate for San Juan’s fourth district, proposed Monday the elimination and consolidation of municipalities as a measure of fiscal control. House...
- Posted May 17, 2016
Puerto Rico No. 31 Among Countries in Economic Freedom Index
Classified as 'Mostly Free'
- Posted March 7, 2016
US Construction Spending Falls 0.4 Percent in November
WASHINGTON – U.S. construction spending fell in November for the first time in 17 months, reflecting weakness in spending on hotel and other private nonresidential construction and government projects. Construction spending dipped 0.4 percent in November following...
- Posted January 4, 2016