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2007.05.18
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Municipalities of Alto Tâmega e BarrosoThe Municipalities of Boticas, Chaves, Montalegre, Valpaços, Vila Pouca de Aguiar and Ribeira de Pena, which are all integrated in the region of Alto Tâmega e Barroso, subscribe where-to-invest-in-portugal.com.
2007.05.11
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Within the quarter-updating routine of where-to-invest-in-portugal.com, 69 indicators of the database were updated.
2007.04.27

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Carillion recruited in Greece and Portugal to plug AWPR skills gap
Construction News
The report also called on the government to set up a UK investment bank to provide financing for infrastructure projects. The ICE said a UK-specific investment bank would be crucial to provide funding for crucial infrastructure schemes, if the UK was ...


The Portuguese Myth
Jacobin magazine
This had two positive outcomes: it lowered the interest rates on the debt, and a part of the interest rates paid by the Portuguese government could thus be paid to the Bank of Portugal, therefore re-injecting money into the Portuguese economy. The ...

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Portugal on 17th position in Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2009

Portugal ranks 17 out of 133 countries in the Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2009 released by the World Economic Forum on Wednesday.  Last year Portugal ranked 15 out of 124 countries, which means that Portugal maintained the same level.

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2009.03.06
The economic activity

This bilingual publication concerning the Portuguese aconomic acrivity in the year 2007 published by Statistics Portugal contains statistical data on themes, such as environment, international trade, prices, national accounts, tourism, housing and construction in order to enable a characterization of the economic activity in Portugal.

View The Economic Activity - 2007 (Portuguese/English), Issue year: 2009 (1,24 MB)
2009.02.05
Key figures on Europe. 2009 edition

This publication released by Eurostat in January 2009 provides a balanced set of key statistical data on the European Union. Data are generally provided for the European Union total (EU-27), the euro area and the Member States, and - when available - for the candidate countries, the EFTA countries, Japan and the United States. The presentation largely follows the nine statistical themes of Eurostat's free dissemination database: economy and finance; population and social conditions; industry, trade and services; agriculture, forestry and fisheries; international trade; transport; environment and energy; science and technology; and regional statistics.

View Key figures on Europe. 2009 edition - Eurostat Pocketbooks (2,05 MB)
2009.02.04

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