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PUERTO RICO

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  • TO BE PRESENTED TO :RESPECTED RAJPREET SIR & BATCHMATES TO BE PRESENTED BY :JASPINDER SINGH SIDHU
  •  The Arcaico and Igneri co-existed on the island between the 4th and 10th centuries, and perhaps clashed.  Between the 7th and 11th centuries, the Taíno culture developed on the island; by approximately 1000 AD, it had become dominant.  On July 25, 1898, during the Spanish–American War, the U.S. invaded Puerto Rico with a landing at Guánica
  •  Officially the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico is an unincorporated territory of the United States, located in the northeastern Caribbean, east of the Dominican Republic and west of both the United States Virgin Islands and the British Virgin Islands.  AREA :- Total 13790 km2 (169th (world)  Population - 2013 estimate 3,667,084 (130th (world)  Puerto Rico has 17 lakes, all man-made, and more than 50 rivers
  •  Official languages  Spanish , English  National language  Spanish  Ethnic groups  75 % white & rest mix  Government  Common wealth  Currency  US dollar  Largest city  San Juan
  •  San Juan 395326  Bayamon 208116  Carolina 176762  Ponce 166327  Caguas 142892
  • 5 best tourist places  1. Castillo de San Felipe del Morro  2. Vieques Biobay 4 major landmarks  Castillo San Felipe del Morro  Iglesia Porta Coeli  3. El Yunque  Observatorio de  4. Culebrita  5. Camuy cave Arecibo  Bahia Mosquito
  • GDP Total $ 70.84 billion (87th) Per capita $ 18,100 (82nd) Year 2013
  •  Exports: $61.7 billions FOB in 2013  Export Commodities: Chemicals, electronics, rum, beverage concentrates, medical equipment, among others.  Export Partners: United States 90,3 %,  United Kingdom 1.6 %, Dominican Republic 1.4 %, Netherlands 1.4 %, among others.
  •  Imports: $40.8 billions CIF in 2013  Import Commodities: chemicals, machinery and equipment, food, petroleum products, among others.  Import Partners: United States 55 %, Ireland 23.7 %, Japan 5.4 %, among others.
  •  Economic Development:  Economic Development Administration  Puerto Rico Industrial Development Company  Small Business Administration  It has established several trade agreements with other nations, particularly with Hispanic American countries such as Colombia and Panamá
  •  It has also established trade promotion offices in many foreign countries and within the United States itself, which now include Spain, the Dominican Republic, Panama, Washington, D.C. and Florida, and has included in the past offices in Chile, Costa Rica, and Mexico  Major roots through SEA ways , ports , airways and roadways.  27 airports and 3 international airports  3 major ports and 15 minor ports  Freeways, expressways, highways.
  •  Puerto Rico ranks - 30 (out of 148)  Score -4.67 ( 1-7)  Doing any business in Puerto Rico ranks: 40 out of 189 economies ( IFC & World bank)
  •  Such as the trading of food , tobacco, leather, and apparel products, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, machinery, and electronics.  Major manufacturing activities like chemical and allied products, machinery and metal products, food , apparel and related products,  printing and publishing, leather and leather products, stone, clay, and glass products, paper and allied products, and textile mill products.