Puerto Rico wants to impose limits on its domestic municipal bond market that the Securities Industry Association of Puerto Rico says are too stringent and would hurt issuers.

A proposal by the Government Development Bank for Puerto Rico targets bonds that are tax-exempt only when owned by residents or businesses on the island. It would limit to 2% the issuance costs paid from the local tax-exempt bond proceeds.

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