Ana G. Mendez investing $37 million in expansion

Ruiz-Calderon, Maricelle
May 1999
Caribbean Business;5/6/1999, Vol. 27 Issue 17, p29
Announces the Ana G. Mendez University System's plan to invest $37 million over a two-year period to expand its facilities by 190,000 square feet in Puerto Rico. Facilities to be constructed in three universities; Plans for opening a tourism school in Colegio Universitario del Este.


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