The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority has reached a deal with forbearing bondholders to reduce its $9 billion in debt by swapping outstanding bonds for one of two kinds of securitizations, receiving 85% of their existing claims.

These new bonds would be supported by an adjustable charge imposed on the utility’s customers with semi-annual "true-ups," or adjustments reflecting financial conditions.

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