Battle Lines Drawn As Puerto Rico Exports Debt Problem to U.S. CongressMark Melin
Will Puerto Rico's biggest export to the U.S., a debt problem, set a precedent?
A significant precedent is being set in Puerto Rico, part of a larger topic that some in the alternative investment space have been watching closely. This is the point at which the reality of a debt implosion collides with the warped perception of a debt bubble, one were few people discuss the consequences.
It is against this backdrop that the Puerto Rican House of Representatives this week passed legislation went . . .
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