Tax incentives created by Acts 20 and 22 of 2012 to promote exports and attract investors should remain in place because they can boost Puerto Rico’s economic development, with several thousand new jobs created thus far and millions of dollars invested in local real estate, but the public and private sectors still need to capture their spillover effects, a study commissioned by the Economic Development & Commerce Department (DDEC by its Spanish acronym) has found.
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