Puerto Rico Board Warns Deep Debt Cuts Needed to Steady Island

  • 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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