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Portuguese relief, not celebration

Portuguese relief, not celebration

The country has secured a bailout extension, but it still faces plenty of stiff economic challenges and swelling resistance to austerity.

April 14th, 2013 | Posted in Videos | Read More »

The great Portuguese hollowing out

The Tagus river in Lisbon.

With every passing day Portugal has less and less economy left, while fewer and fewer people remain to pay down the debt.

February 25th, 2013 | Posted in Business, Featured, Portugal News | Read More »

Portugal’s spy who came in from the cold

Jorge Silva Carvalho.

The Portuguese secret service is in turmoil after a former intelligence director was charged with spying on major economic and political players on behalf of his new employer. Featuring corruption, state secrets and Freemasonry, this is no ordinary scandal.

June 6th, 2012 | Posted in Featured, Politics, Portugal News | Read More »

Thrifty newcomer may be just the ticket in profligate Portugal

Passos Coelho

Portuguese voters have swung to the centre right in an election focused on the country’s economic woes and IMF bailout.

June 8th, 2011 | Posted in Featured, Politics, Portugal News | Read More »

A bitter celebration as Portugal remembers the Carnation Revolution

Memory of the Carnation Revolution is cause for celebration. But this year there's less to celebrate in Portugal.

The anniversary of the Revolução dos Cravos, the peaceful uprising that overthrew their country’s dictatorship in 1974 is reason to celebrate for most Portuguese. But this year rejoicing will be muted as the nation awaits finalisation of the bailout loan it has requested from the EU.

April 25th, 2011 | Posted in Politics, Portugal News | Read More »

Spain and Portugal’s right shun austerity and Brussels – for now

Iberia’s main opposition parties have refused to back the painful cuts advocated by their countries’ Socialist administrations. This may win them votes, but with the chance to take power soon, both conservative parties will soon have to take some tough decisions.

March 29th, 2011 | Posted in Iberoblog | Read More »

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