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Presidency: Ramón A. Pérez-Blanco, Esq., CPCU

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Op-Ed: The intent of Congress with PROMESA

News is my Business, August 25: A little over seven years ago, the U.S. government approved the PROMESA law. That statute, which has drawn criticism and praise, arrived at a critical financial moment to provide a legal mechanism to allow Puerto Rico’s government to renegotiate a debt of tens of billions and avoid the dire economic consequences of default.

PROMESA also brought with it the controversial creation of the Financial Oversight and Management Board to lead the financial reorganization process. [Read More]

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Leadership of the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce presents the 2023-2024 Work Plan

August 1, 2023, San Juan, PR –The leadership of the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce (PRCC) held a meeting with the press to reveal the details of its work plan for the rest of 2023 and the first half of 2024. The plan constitutes a strategic pillar to strengthen the position of the institution as a spokesperson for the private sector and attract new members. [LEARN MORE]

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Businessmen see no progress on energy and permits

News is my Business, July 25, 2023 – International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) President María Fernanda Garza has announced the election of businessman and investor Cameron McKenzie — former president of the Puerto Rico Chamber of Commerce — as one of the five new members to join its 27-member executive board. [LEARN MORE]

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Businessmen see no progress on energy and permits

El Nuevo Día, July 24, 2023 – Two private sector leaders say government needs to do more to bring stability to businesses and industries [LEARN MORE]

Beyond the rain of millions: to develop native capital

El Nuevo Día, July 7, 2023 – Opinion column on federal pandemic recovery funds, health care policyholders, insurance compensation after recent natural disasters, and more.[LEARN MORE]

Legislature ends Ordinary Session without approving the Tax Reform

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