Puerto Rico Board Warns Deep Debt Cuts Needed to Steady IslandBy and
Panel shooting to have recovery plan in place by February
Federal panel gathered on the island for the first time
The federal oversight board tasked with pulling Puerto Rico out of a fiscal crisis said the island can’t count on additional aid from Washington and should brace for spending cuts and a “significant” reduction of its $70 billion debt to bondholders.
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