LISBON - Portugal's gross domestic product expanded 0.2 percent in the third quarter, at a slower pace than in the preceding three-month period, but confirming the bailed out economy is leaving the recession behind, official data showed on Monday.
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LISBON, Nov 25 - Portugal's parliament will vote on Tuesday on an austere 2014 budget, almost certainly triggering a spree of constitutional challenges that may threaten its smooth exit from an international bailout next year.
LISBON/MADRID - When Edward Hu bought a holiday home in Portugal's most popular tourist spot in September, the Chinese agricultural entrepreneur got a Europe-wide family travel permit thrown in for as long as he owns it.
LONDON - Barclays retail operations in Italy, Spain, France and Portugal will return to profit in two years and could deliver 500 million pounds ($805 million) of annual earnings once a turnaround of the business takes hold.
LISBON - Portugal Telecom (PT) posted a 66 percent fall in third-quarter net profit on Wednesday, pressured by competition and a struggling economy at home, and the currency impact on its Brazilian operations.
WASHINGTON - The International Monetary Fund said Portugal was on track with the conditions of its bailout program and gave the indebted euro zone country another 1.9 billion euros ($2.5 billion).
LISBON - Portugal's jobless rate fell for the second consecutive quarter in the three months that ended in September and were also lower than a year ago, data showed on Thursday, a hopeful sign for one of the euro zone's bailed-out economies.
LISBON - Portugal's jobless rate fell for the second consecutive quarter in the three months that ended in September, to 15.6 percent from 16.4 percent in the second quarter, data showed on Thursday.
LISBON - Lawmakers gave outline approval on Friday to Portugal's 2014 budget, imposing another round of austerity on hard-pressed voters as the country works towards exiting its international bailout.
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