IN THE NEWSGov. Rosselló Nevares Announces $1.5 Billion In Public-Private Partnership Projects To Rebuild Puerto Rico's Infrastructure And Economy Read All
IN THE NEWSGov. Rosselló Nevares Announces $1.5 Billion In Public-Private Partnership Projects To Rebuild Puerto Rico's Infrastructure And Economy
This week, Puerto Rico'sGovernor Ricardo Rosselló Nevares and the executive director for the Public-Private Partnerships Authority (P3 Authority), Omar J. Marrero, hosted the second annual P3 summit; P3 Summit: Cornerstone of Puerto Rico's Recovery.
IN THE NEWSThe PRIDCO-Invest Puerto Rico transition is good to go
The entity responsible for bringing businesses to the island is ready to begin operations in July, focusing on metrics and transparency.
IN THE NEWSReal Estate in Puerto Rico for business development
Puerto Rico announced the availability of an inventory of 39 vacant buildings and 16 lots around the island.
IN THE NEWSNew tax model for P.R. seeks to spur employment, economic development
Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló submitted his vision for a new tax model to the island’s Legislative Assembly aimed at encouraging work and create economic development through changes to the Internal Revenue Code.
IN THE NEWSWhy so many people have made Puerto Rico home to their businesses...?
Nas Daily caught wind of it all recently. Learn more about the unique set of incentives that can help a business thrive from Paradise.
IN THE NEWSColorcon Restores Manufacturing Operations in Puerto Rico
With minimal damage to its manufacturing plant in Humacao, Puerto Rico, Colorcon has been able to restore full operations.
IN THE NEWSAfter the Hurricanes, Puerto Rico Eyes a Future as a Tech Hub
A comprehensive review of Puerto Rico's plan to continue driving technology business to the US Caribbean island: from Telcos and power microgrids to startups and blockchain - officials discuss in depth with (tag) PC Magazine.
IN THE NEWSFor Investors, Puerto Rico Is a Fantasy Blank Slate
How tech companies and private capital are poised to reshape the US colony.
IN THE NEWSHere are 10 great reasons to do business in Puerto Rico right now
Five months after back-to-back hurricanes decimated Puerto Rico's already-struggling infrastructure, the island's governor, the MIT-educated Ricardo Rosselló, told a crowd at a forum in New York this week that Puerto Rico is officially "Open for Business".
IN THE NEWSPuerto Rico's governor is bullish on blockchain as part of island's comeback
Gov. Ricardo Rossello says in an exclusive interview with CNBC his administration would like to "take advantage of the blockchain component of it because it has transformative and disruptive components for business and for government.
IN THE NEWSPuerto Rico's revised fiscal plan to be certified in days-governor
Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello said on Thursday that he expects the bankrupt island’s oversight board to certify his revised fiscal plan in “the next couple of days.”
IN THE NEWSAs Puerto Rico pushes forward with new fiscal plan, Tesla and others propose energy fixes
Gov. Ricardo Rossello is hopeful that a new fiscal plan will be certified in the coming days.
IN THE NEWSPuerto Rico may someday have a cryptocurrency bank
Real estate developer Nicholas Prouty said a cryptocurrency bank backed by sovereign wealth funds may someday operate in Puerto Rico.
IN THE NEWSPuerto Rico’s Big Tourism Recovery
The destination was open for business, and ready to welcome back visitors, a bold claim in the wake of last year’s devastating storms, and a necesary mindset for an island in need of rebirth.
IN THE NEWSA Major New Luxury Hotel Is Coming to Puerto Rico
The Caribbean’s hippest hotel is expanding.
IN THE NEWSNew development plan for Roosevelt Roads
Rosselló administration bets on private initiatives for the former Navy base in Ceiba.
IN THE NEWS2018: Starting down Puerto Rico’s road to economic prosperity
In 2017, Puerto Rico suffered the most critical disaster in 100 years when it sustained a direct hit from Hurricane Maria.
IN THE NEWSPUERTO RICO SEES AN OPPORTUNITY TO REIMAGINE THE ISLAND
Puerto Rico had archaic roads, bridges and electricity for years, long before Hurricane Maria. Then the storm devastated the island's transportation and communication networks.
IN THE NEWS5 reasons Amazon should build HQ2 in Puerto Rico
Jeff Bezos is on the hunt for a location to build a second headquarters (HQ2) in, which means a ton of money for whatever city wins the Amazon sweepstakes.
IN THE NEWSPUERTO RICO LAYS OUT ENERGY FUTURE WITH TESLA, PRIVATIZATION
A Puerto Rican official who has been in talks with Tesla Inc. said the island is serious about transforming its energy infrastructure after it was leveled by Category 4 Hurricane Maria, despite questions about how such an overhaul would be funded.
IN THE NEWSAMGEN PUERTO RICO STAFF KEEPING PLANT OPEN DESPITE PERSONAL LOSSES FROM HURRICANE MARIA
Every Friday morning in the glorious, high desert town of Santa Fe, New Mexico, a 77-year-old retired nurse is being treated at a community cancer center for metastatic breast cancer.
IN THE NEWSDDEC Secretary Reaffirms Government Is Heading towards Puerto Rico's Economic Upsurge
The Secretary of Economic Development and Commerce, Manuel Laboy Rivera, has cleared all doubts about the statements made by himself yesterday during the public hearing of the Puerto Rico Treasury and Budget.