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Portugal's presidential election this weekend will not bring any shock results, the country's economy minister says.
Portugal has no connection to Italian banks, says Portugal’s economy minister, Manuel Caldeira Cabral, following the news of a recent ECB investigation into euro zone banks.
Portugal’s economy minister, Manuel Caldeira Cabral discusses the country’s budget for 2016 adding that Portugal’s growth is increasing and will do throughout 2016.
CNBC looks at the elections in 2015 that marked substantial upsets and led to seismic changes on the global political map.
Turismo de Portugal President, Joao Cotrim de Figueiredo, says financing has been available for Portugal’s tourism as its projects prove profitable.
Inequality within developed nations is often increasing. Here are the most unequal OECD economies according to Morgan Stanley.
Portugal named Antonio Costa as prime minister on Tuesday, leading to the country's first Socialist government to be backed by the far left.
The prime minister's been ousted and the country faces either further elections or an unstable left-wing coalition.
Anti-austerity lawmakers forced Portugal's government to resign Tuesday by rejecting its policy proposals.
Government has failed to engage with the technology conference, losing out on a chance to host next year, the founder tells CNBC.
EDP's CEO, Antonio Mexia, outlines the key takeaways from its third quarter results for 2015.
Antonio Barroso, senior analyst at Teneo, explains the political situation in Portugal and says a left-wing coalition government would be less radical than Syriza in Greece.
A man died on an Aer Lingus flight to Dublin after being restrained, according to Irish media reports.
President of National Association Young Entrepreneurs in Portugal Joao Rafael Koehler said 50,000 companies were created in Portugal last year
Nuno Rogeiro, political commentator and journalist, says the Portuguese socialist party could block policy from being passed.
Antonio Mexia, CEO of EDP, says the economic recovery in Portugal will be slow but consistent.
As Portugal's center-right governing coalition claims electoral victory, Stephan Morais, executive director of Caixa Capital, says Portuguese politics is ruled and constrained by Brussels.
Andrew Taylor, co-CEO at Juwai.com, discusses the rising trend of wealthy Chinese outbound real estate investments in the Mediterranean.
Rui Tavares of Portugal's LIVRE Party discusses possible outcomes of Sunday's national election and why he thinks Portugal needs change.
Ahead of Portugal's elections, Miguel Frasquilho, President of Trade & Investment Agency, talks business and investment responses.