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Portuguese Vilamoura will host international networking event

  An International Business Drinks event will take place on Thursday, March 12 at the Crowne Plaza Vilamoura, from 6pm. The organizers of the event are: British-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce, in association with the Dutch-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce, the French-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and ANJE – Associação Nacional de Jovens Empresários. The aim […]

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International Boat Show will be held in Vilamoura in June

  Vilamoura Marina will be hosting the International Boat Show from June 6 till 14. The event has been held at the marina since 1999 will showcase all kinds of boats as well as boat-related accessories, equipment and services. Visitors will be directly able to try out the boats. This year, there will also be […]

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10th anniversary of the chocolate fair in Loulé

  Starting this Saturday and till next Sunday (February 8-16) the town of Loulé is hosting its popular chocolate fair. Every year it attracts hundreds of chocolate lovers from all over the Algarve. This year, the event will take place at the Espírito Santo convent as the municipal market, where it is usually held, is […]

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Portugal had the lowest annual inflation rate in euro zone

  Eurostat, the European Union’s statistics office released a flash estimate of annual inflation rates in euro zone. According to it Portugal in December again had the lowest annual rate of inflation. Portugal had in November also recorded the lowest annual inflation rate, along with Italy, at 0.2%. In December, it had the lowest rate […]

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Portuguese Government is improving public transport in the country

  The Minister of Environment and Climate Action said that the Government created the new €15 million programme to increase public transport outside the two metropolitan areas (Porto and Lisbon). He referred to the Programme for Support for the Densification and Reinforcement of Public Transport Provision (PROTransP). It has been foreseen in the 2020 State […]

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ID cards online booking is now available in Portugal

  Ministry of Justice announced that the State Booking Centre will operate an online scheduling service via the ePortugal Portal. Special protocol was signed Friday in Lisbon. New scheme will allow to increase the speed of service to obtain official documents, such as a citizen’s ID card. Consulting the status of online applications for renewal […]

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Portugal is launching three new air routes to US, Canada and Brazil

  In early 2020 Portugal’s flag carrier TAP is goint to start flying to three new destinations: Brazil (Maceió), Canada (Montreal) and the US (Boston). TAP said that the three new connections meet the company’s strategy of focusing on the Americas and reinforce the trend of strong growth of activity in the Brazilian market and […]

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Lisbon and Porto among the best cities for dog owners

  100 cities in the world that are the best to live in as a dog owner were included to this report. Lisbon and Porto have both made the ranking, with Lisbon on 18th place and Porto and 27th. Indicators to be considered the most dog-friendly cities so far, included number of pet dogs, dog […]

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19th annual Better Living in Portugal exhibition (BLiP)

  Thousands of visitors and more than 100 exhibitors were part of the BLiP exhibitionwhich was held on the weekend of the 12 and 13 October at the Portimão Arena. It was an all inclusive event with a wide range of businesses showcasing their services to residents in Portugal, including everything from health care to […]

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€1.5 million from the Portuguese Government for companies affected by Thomas Cook

  Companies affected by the insolvency of tour operator Thomas Cook will have at their disposal a credit line of up to €1.5 million. The Ministry of Economy said that the line, with advantageous conditions is for a period of up to three years. According to the Ministry of Tourism’s note, the plan aims to […]

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