LISBON, Oct 27 Portugal's pulp and paper
producer Navigator announced a 40.7% drop in third
quarter net profit on Tuesday, a slight improvement on its
half-year results as a gradual reopening of economies drove
LISBON, Oct 27 The CEO of Portugal's largest
private bank, Millennium bcp said on Tuesday he was
confident the bank would not require more capital to deal with
the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic.
LISBON Portugal's national health minister warned on Monday that the country's national health service was under grave pressure and that further restrictive measures could be coming as the number of patients in intensive care approached record levels.
LISBON, Oct 22 Portugal's prime minister
announced 43 billion euros of public infrastructure investment
on Thursday, including a high-speed rail link between Lisbon and
the country's second largest city, Porto, to be carried out by
LISBON A divided world has failed to rise to the challenge of fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said on Saturday and warned concerted action was needed to prevent millions of people being pushed into poverty and hunger. | Video
LISBON Vodafone may shun Portugal's planned auction of 5G frequency licences unless the regulator changes its proposed rules, which Vodafone Cluster Europe CEO labelled on Thursday as illegal and discriminatory against established players.
LISBON A restructuring plan for Portugal's flag carrier TAP will be sent to the European Commission in November, the secretary of state for the treasury said on Tuesday, which if approved will buy the airline time to repay a huge bailout loan.
LISBON, Oct 12 Portugal's Socialist government
unveiled its draft 2021 budget on Monday, offering more
subsidies to the poorest hit by the coronavirus pandemic and
betting on public investment to relaunch growth.
LISBON British airline easyJet said on Thursday it would open a new base in Faro, the main city in Portugal's popular Algarve tourist region, which has been hammered by the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
LISBON Portugal's bicycle makers feared for their future when the coronavirus pandemic forced them in March to shut for two months but 2020 now looks set to be a bumper year as people shun public transport and opt for healthier ways of getting around. | Video