Puerto Rico residents, who already pay almost twice as much for electricity as U.S. customers, are facing a 13 percent spike under an agreement government officials made to repay bondholders who own the debt of the island’s bankrupt power authority.
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Puerto Ricans already pay high energy prices. They could go higher. https://t.co/XCCPrl01D2
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