“I did not want people to know my identity because I knew I was going to be judged so I lied about my identity by saying I was Italian due to my physical features,” Franco said.
“These investors continue to be the main beneficiaries of fiscal policies pushed by Puerto Rico’s Governor Ricardo Rosselló and by the unelected federal Fiscal Control Board.”
Despite paying lip-service to diversity and inclusion, many organizations lag behind in practice.
Lax labor standards in Mexico are indeed a problem with NAFTA. But they are North America’s problem to solve.
If you didn’t know, Act 22 is a law exempting new residents of the Island from capital gains taxes and other passive income.
The same day Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, Oppenheimer Funds questioned that the government of the Island could not pay its $74.8 billion debt.
The world’s first shared co-nation between Mexico and the United States?
“After the elections, everything changed. People are scared to go out.”
We should take this more seriously.