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November 05, 2012


Michael Martinez

The news here is that the governor of PR has sold the airport to Venezuela and there goes all the jobs and related to the economy of PR from the airport. I used to work there and I don't see the need to sell and privatizing the Puertorican from having an International Airport.

Ashley Casas

Yes, big names indeed. Although we have yet to see if these names will affect the Puerto Rican government.

Houston DWI Lawyer

I'm surprised they pulled in so many big name lobbyists. The Puerto Rican government must feel extremely intimidated, and I hope it doesn't cost Puerto Ricans their livelihoods if the privatization goes through.

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