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Federal audit finds 'a lot of work remains' in Puerto Rico's hurricane and earthquake recovery

  • Puerto Rico has only spent less than 10% of the $23 billion federal funds it received for reconstruction work after hurricanes and earthquakes.
  • The U.S. Government Accountability Office found that Puerto Rico has a significant number of pending projects due to soaring costs.
  • The delays in accessing funds were affected by interruptions in the global supply chain and a lack of workers, while power outages and damage from Hurricane Fiona continue to hinder recovery efforts.
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