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Portugal parliament rejects teacher pay rises, avoids PM resignation

10 May 2019

LISBON Portugal's parliament rejected on Friday proposed retroactive pay hikes for teachers, quelling the prospects of a political crisis following last week's threat by the government to resign if the measure was approved.

Hinweise auf Putsch im Sudan - Militär kündigt Erklärung an

11 Apr 2019

Khartum Im Sudan gibt es Hinweise auf einen Militärputsch. Armee und Sicherheitskräfte wurden am Donnerstag rund um das Verteidigungsministerium, Hauptstraßen und Brücken in der Hauptstadt Khartum gesichtet, während Tausende Menschen zu einem Protest gegen die Regierung sich versammelten.

Portuguese oil firm Galp girds for belated Brazilian boost

11 Feb 2019

LISBON, Feb 11 Portuguese oil company Galp said on Monday it expects higher crude output, refining margins and efficiency gains to deliver a steep rise in 2020 and beyond as its Brazilian and Angolan operations pump up the volumes.

Police station attacked, cars torched in Portugal protests

22 Jan 2019

SEIXAL, Portugal Unidentified attackers threw petrol bombs at a police station in the Portuguese city of Setubal and torched cars in the capital Lisbon on Tuesday, hours after a protest against alleged racially-motivated police violence ended in clashes.

Portugal's parliament passes deficit-shrinking 2019 budget

29 Nov 2018

Portugal's parliament on Thursday approved in the final reading the minority Socialist government's 2019 budget bill that aims to nearly eliminate the deficit in an election year, further reducing Portugal's debt burden, still one of Europe's heaviest.

Toy maker to offer shares in Portugal tech-led IPO revival

08 Nov 2018

LISBON Portuguese educational toymaker Science4You plans to float shares worth up to 15 million euros ($17 million) next year to stoke further expansion in a fresh sign that small technology firms may revive the country's anemic IPO scene.

Portugal's EDPR expects to beat wind power capacity goal by 2020

07 Nov 2018

LISBON, Nov 7 Portuguese wind energy group EDP Renovaveis said on Wednesday it expected to exceed its 2020 goal for increasing capacity by more than 10 percent.

Portugal parliament approves deficit-busting budget bill in first reading

31 Oct 2018

LISBON Portugal's parliament approved the Socialist government's 2019 budget bill on Tuesday, setting the scene to nearly eliminate the deficit amid projected healthy economic growth and with more income for families.

UPDATE 2-InterCement sells Portugal, Cape Verde units to OYAK for $795 mln

26 Oct 2018

SAO PAULO/LISBON, Oct 26 Turkish conglomerate OYAK has agreed to acquire Brazilian cement firm InterCement's units in Portugal and Cape Verde for around 700 million euros ($795 million), a source close to the matter said on Friday.

Exclusive: Portugal to launch tender of lithium exploration licences this year

25 Sep 2018

LISBON Portugal intends to launch a tender of lithium exploration licences by the end of the year under a plan to become Europe's top supplier of the metal used in the batteries that power electric cars.

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