How much did the Puerto Rican government owe?

By Juan Carlos Valdes, USA TodayBillionaire and philanthropist Bill Gates said Wednesday that Puerto Rico’s government owes $17.7 billion in unpaid debt and other financial obligations, and it’s been more than a decade since the island went into default on its debt and its island’s bankruptcy court.

The island, in the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico, is in the midst of a fiscal crisis caused by decades of mismanagement and mismanagement of the island’s finances.

The island, which is home to 2.5 million people, has a $65 billion debt load and owes $4.7 trillion in interest.

The Puerto Rican debt load is a fraction of Puerto Rican GDP, but it’s still the highest in the world.

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It has a population of more than 5 million people.

The U.N. World Bank said Wednesday it estimated that Puerto Ricans debt load in 2016 was $16.2 trillion.

The debt load had grown from $16 trillion in 2007.

The International Monetary Fund also said Wednesday in a statement that Puerto Rican debts have grown at a rate of $4,000 per person for each day that they haven’t been paid.

The amount owed by the island to the U, U.K., and China amounts to $15.2 billion, or a rate equal to 2 percent of its gross domestic product, the IMF said.

The IMF’s calculations are based on the U of T’s 2017 estimate of Puerto Ricos debt load.

That estimate is based on an initial assessment by the IMF that estimated the island owed $10 billion to its creditors, based on a $9 billion bailout in the form of $1.8 billion in cash and $500 million in Puerto Rican bonds.

The United States and Puerto Rico also have long-standing disagreements over how much Puerto Rico owes.

U.s. officials say Puerto Rico has about $2.8 trillion in outstanding debt, while Puerto Rican officials say it has $1 trillion in debt.

The U.ks. government says it owes $3.8 in Puerto Rico.