Alli tienen el impacto de su "GRAN" modelo economico de incentivos industriales.
Y todavia NO APRENDEN!!!
GIVE ME, GIVE ME, GIVE ME and I'll still shall go away with PROFITS ($$$), non-taxable, not paying electricity, not paying water, low-wages, health hazards and last but not least the environmental free-for-all and naturally providing kick-back to ALL the local "politicos" in the three ring circus.
Cuantas entidades corporativas/ compañias exsisten desde Operacion "Manos a las Obra" que quedaban aun en la decada de los 90's por lo menos. Ni una mano hace falta para contarlos!
TODO depende con cuanto le toca a su "pocket".... is your viewpoint.
Y todavia se cren que el sector "bio-tech industry" is the solution. Dito!!!
Jan. 18, 2008, 12:08PM
Bristol-Myers to Close Puerto Rico Plant
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Drug maker Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. said Friday it will close a plant in the city of Barceloneta, adding to pharmaceutical industry cutbacks in the U.S. island territory.
Bristol-Myers said it would gradually close the plant in the northern city over the next 12 months, eliminating about 225 jobs.
In its announcement, the company cited reduced demand for the products produced at the plant, which include two AIDS treatments and an antibiotic, and a general need to cut manufacturing costs.
Bristol-Myers said it would continue to operate two other plants in the Puerto Rican cities of Humacao and Manati.
In October, the company announced the closure of a plant in the western city of Mayaguez that manufactures heart disease and diabetes medicine, eliminating about 400 jobs.
Drug companies have cut more than 3,000 jobs over the past 18 months in Puerto Rico, long a global hub of pharmaceutical manufacturing.