Puerto Rico Debt Donnybrook Kicks Off With Default Squabble (1)
Emma Orr, Steven Church and Michelle KaskeMay 11, 2017 9:31 am ET
(Bloomberg) -- Dealing with Puerto Rico’s crushing debt has started to resemble a circular firing squad.
Simply put, the bankrupt island can’t pay everything it owes, so creditors are taking aim at each other as they squabble over who will get what’s left. But the debt’s size and the tangled process invented to rescue Puerto Rico mean there’s no established rule book to shape what comes next.Read More