Puerto Rico Is Our Crisis, Too

Investor's Business Daily
July 2015
Investors Business Daily;7/1/2015, pA12
The article offers the author's view on the economic condition of Puerto Rico. The author states that the country announced that it cannot pay its $73 billion debt. The author notes that its finances are in a state of disorder due to the mismanagement of the government. The author mentions that if Puerto Rico defaults, it will not suffer alone.


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