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the Puerto Rican debt crisis taking a small step back from the brink the island's indebted public utility proper reaching a deal late Tuesday each part of it nine billion dollar debt burden , some of its creditors after negotiations went off for a full year investors well lose the money according to Reuters public finance editor Megan Davies , interesting on when you're gone and they can attack and reduction in that , and he made a department called for proper the restructuring translates to savings of more than seven hundred million dollars and principal and interest payments over the next five years a victory no matter how small for an island battled with seventy two billion dollars in debt which governor Ali hunger gussied up idea has been saying since June that he won't pay it back , that's not going to the island with illegals larger restructuring plan is due out September eighth