How Portugal Confronted the Coronavirus
First imposed on March 18, Portugal is now mulling an exit from lockdown that commenced on Monday, May 4, to…Read More »
The Buck Stops Here: Portugal Introduces Changes
Originally aimed at helping the nation make a buck in the wake of the sovereign debt crisis, Portugal is finding…Read More »
2020: What Lies Ahead for Southern European Nations?
France As Brexit continues to engulf European headlines and major EU players such as Italy, Spain, and Germany continue to…Read More »
Will Portugal’s Minimum Wage Increase Be Enough?
Portugal’s Socialist government intends to increase the monthly minimum wage to 635 euros come January 1st. Despite a jump of…Read More »
Pressure Builds as Portuguese Fuel-Tanker Drivers Call Another Strike
For the Portuguese government, the tourist season – which is also mere weeks before a general election – is the…Read More »