Junta de Supervisión Fiscal podría congelar convenios colectivos | El Nuevo Día Puerto Rico’s imposed Fiscal Board to consider “freezing” existing labor union contracts to make Puerto Rico less expensive for businesses. The only workers still left in the island would work to compensate the investors for the corruption in business and government since colonialism began in the island.

Puerto Rican workers will suffer more, since wealthy businesses can always remain in the island leading their lives in comfort.   They will have to import their workers from a third world country, feed and house them. Puerto Rico’s high cost of  living is not solely due to the cost of workers. (See corruption scandals, Jones Law, colonialism).

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