LISBON - Portugal would support debt mutualisation for the euro zone in the long term and the issuance of Eurobonds that are jointly guaranteed by all members to support weaker economies, Portugal's prime minister said.
LISBON - Unlisted Spanish transport company Avanza has won a concession to run Lisbon's bus, tram and subway networks, a spokesman for Portugal's Economy Ministry said on Friday.
LISBON - Portugal is committed to finding a solution to Greece's financing crisis within the European Union framework, minister and government spokesman Luis Marques Guedes said on Thursday.
BUCHAREST - Portugal's president said on Monday an agreement between Greece and the troika should be reached, "this week if possible."
BERLIN - German Chancellor Angela Merkel threw her support behind the European Central Bank's loose monetary policy on Friday, suggesting it had supported reform efforts in countries such as Spain and Portugal by preventing the euro from rising too much.
LISBON, June 11 - Portugal's government said in a statement on Thursday it has picked a consortium led by investor David Neeleman in the sale of airline TAP. (Reporting By Axel Bugge)
LISBON, June 11 - Portugal's government picked on Thursday a consortium led by American-Brazilian investor David Neeleman in the privatisation of airline TAP, ending a drawn-out sales process that has faced strong opposition from many unions.
LISBON, June 3 - Portugal's supreme administrative court approved on Wednesday an injunction to suspend the privatisation of airline TAP, just two days before a deadline for final binding bids in the sale, the court said.
LISBON, June 1 - The sale of Portugal's Novo Banco is likely to end with a duel between two Chinese bidders, which have both presented offers of just over 4 billion euros ($4.4 billion), and could lead to a fourth stage involving direct negotiations, sources said on Monday.
- Portugal's Novo Banco is set to fall into Chinese hands with either Anbang Insurance or Fosun International most likely to clinch the deal worth more than 4 billion euros (3 billion pounds), the Financial Times reported
ATHENS - Thousands of Greeks rallied on Monday behind a 'No' vote in a referendum called for July 5 on the terms of an aid deal offered by Greece's international creditors, a result that risks pushing Athens out of Europe's currency union.