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Presidency: Cameron McKenzie 2022-2023

Access news from the country’s press media related to the PRCC and its efforts for the benefit of the business class.

Mayors and Chamber of Commerce meet in Washington with Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm

 

Optimistic that the claims before Congress will be approved

 

David Begnaud interview with Luis Pizarro, Esq. about the Puerto Rico Equality Pledge

 

Chamber of Commerce seeks support in the federal capital for the recovery of the Island

 

Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce surveys the Southern region to support merchants after the passing of Hurricane Fiona

 

Why should the Labor Reform be studied further?

 

Alliance with Bogotá Chamber of Commerce to promote business exchange

Colombia signed a commercial alliance with Puerto Rico

El Tiempo, August 23, 2022

Colombia and Puerto Rico signed a commercial agreement

RCN, August 23, 2022

Colombia signed a commercial agreement with Puerto Rico

La FM, August 23, 2022

CofC heads networking mission to Colombia

News is my Business, August 29, 2022

Swearing in of the Board of Directors

CofC swears-in new president, Board

News is my Business, August 15, 2022

Chamber of Commerce swears in the new Board of Directors

Noticel, August 12, 2022

Chamber of Commerce Commemorates 15th Anniversary of Creation of Student Scholarship Fund

July 22, 2022

“The scholarship fund for students with special needs is one of our institutional jobs where we continue to support and build the socioeconomic development of Puerto Rico,” said the former president of the CCPR, founder and president of the Scholarship Fund Committee, Manuel Mejía.

The economic outlook of the island is not very encouraging.

July 20, 2022

“Profit margins are going to be finer. Companies are going to look for efficiency, try to raise prices, which means that the people who are buying from them need to have more capital. There is pressure on cost, performance and customers who don’t have more money. Businesses are going to look to manage cash flow, they’re going to buy less inventory and extend accounts payable.” Cameron McKenzie

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