Of all the small-island economies of the Caribbean, few are as advantageously positioned for a renaissance as Puerto Rico. We know that Puerto Rico’s economic reality has been a decade of stagnant or negative growth. Beset with high unemployment, low labor participation and the loss of young professionals to the United States, the island faces a number of hurdles, from high energy costs to a ballooning debt to a junk bond-level credit rating.
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