Portugal is no longer in breach of the EU’s budget rules, officials say, which cap a country’s deficit at three percent of gdp.
The latest assessment of Portugal's economy by the rating agency Moody's is good news for the Lisbon government.
Portugal can celebrate more than a Eurovision Song Contest win as the economy grew at its strongest pace in a decade between January and March.
Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa is our guest on this episode of Global Conversation
Portugal's Socialist minority government has unveiled a 2017 budget intended to reduce the deficit, but also roll back some austerity measures.
With the Euro 2016 Championships over it's time to calculate who benefited most financially.
The European Commission has shied away from punishing Spain and Portugal over their excessive budget deficits.
Portugal’s new socialist government has seen its first ‘anti-austerity’ budget approved by the European commission. Since 2013, the EU executive has
Four public holidays have been reintroduced in Portugal, two years after they were axed in an austerity drive. The new Socialist government obtained
Is Portugal about to take the same path as Greece? That’s the question being asked as the country’s new Socialist government was sworn in promising
Lisbon has much to offer the multitudes of tourists who visit every year but it’s now also proving attractive to entrepreneurs. Under a special
As the cheering dies down, Pedro Passos Coelho’s victory is laced with defeat after Portugal’s legislative elections a few weeks ago (Oct. 4th). He
The coming Portuguese general election raises themes of austerity, reform and growth that Europe has become all too familiar with in recent years
Angry customers clamour to get their savings back from the collapsed Portuguese bank Espirito Santo. It is a battle of “Davids versus a Goliath”
Portugal quit its 78-billion euro bailout scheme last May, having signed up to a rescue plan in 2011 as its borrowing costs soared. By 2012 they
Curing Europe of its economic ills has required some tough love and bitter medicine, some of which has come in the form of structural reforms.
After three years of austerity, Portugal is exiting its international bailout. Like Ireland it will make a “clean exit” without the need for a credit
Portugal is going through a serious economic crisis. First quarter results show a four per cent contraction on the same period 12 months ago, it