All posts tagged "Puerto Rico debt"
Chief of staff Villafañe says debt audit would affect government
"Nobody would be imprisoned" after an audit, which "would benefit creditors," Villafañe said.
- Posted April 4, 2017
Five things to know about Natalie Jaresko
SAN JUAN – The $625,000 annual salary isn’t the only thing that has raised eyebrows concerning the recently appointed executive director of the Financial Oversight & Management Board, Natalie Jaresko, who was born in Chicago to Ukrainian parents. Here’s a...
- Posted March 30, 2017
Rosselló Seeks Meeting with US Treasury
Governor will travel to D.C. on Feb. 22, would return to the island Feb. 27
- Posted February 20, 2017
Pension crisis forces Puerto Rico retirees to rethink future
SAN JUAN – Juan Camacho thought he would visit Spain, take a university literature course and get to sleep in more when he retired after nearly four decades as a teacher. Instead, the 70-year-old is working as...
- Posted February 9, 2017
Fortaleza: Federal Court to Determine Legality of Debt
SAN JUAN – La Fortaleza’s Public Affairs secretary, Ramón Rosario, said Monday that the federal court will be in charge of determining what part of Puerto Rico ‘s debt, if any, is illegal. When asked about the position of Gov....
- Posted February 6, 2017
House Committee Chair Mulls Alternative to Address GO bondholders’ Claims
SAN JUAN – General obligation (GO) bondholders could have see a solution on provided by Puerto Rico’s government to address the default on constitutional debt, and on Wednesday, House Treasury and Budget Committee Chairman Antonio “Tony” Soto shared...
- Posted February 2, 2017
Rosselló Signs Financial Emergency Act
It grants the governor increased powers to manage Puerto Rico's finances
- Posted January 29, 2017
ASPPRO denounces restricted access to information during debt negotiations
Bill allows creditors and bondholders access to information unavailable to the people or the press
- Posted January 28, 2017
Puerto Rico Gov’t Faces ‘total collapse,’ Elías Sánchez warns
President of incoming transition team presents report
- Posted January 17, 2017
Puerto Ricans could ease South Dakota dairy labor shortage
Hiring Puerto Rico's unemployed residents "would be a significant success for the U.S. dairy industry"
- Posted January 14, 2017