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The Board president José B. Carrión (left) and the Board Executive Director Natalie Jaresko (right).
The Board president José B. Carrión (left) and the Board Executive Director Natalie Jaresko (right). (Teresa Canino Rivera)

The Oversight Board decision to focus on strengthening government operations and the economy, while admitting that Puerto Rico does not have the money to pay bondholders, is a wise move, but is fraught with uncertainty, according to experts interviewed by El Nuevo Día.