Puerto Rico, after Hurricane Maria, privatisation


This video says about itself:

24 January 2018

Four months after Hurricane Maria and with close to half of its residents still without power, Puerto Rico has announced it will privatize its debt-ridden public electric utility, PREPA. We speak to Petra Bartosiewicz of Harper’s Magazine.

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