Banana trees were knocked over by the winds of Hurricane Maria in Corozal, Puerto Rico. The hurricane devastated the agriculture business on the island.
Banana trees were knocked over by the winds of Hurricane Maria in Corozal, Puerto Rico. The hurricane devastated the agriculture business on the island. Joe Raedle Getty Images
Banana trees were knocked over by the winds of Hurricane Maria in Corozal, Puerto Rico. The hurricane devastated the agriculture business on the island. Joe Raedle Getty Images

Puerto Rico’s economy at ‘a near standstill’ as businesses wither, wait for power

October 10, 2017 05:39 PM

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