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Portugal’s Galp Energia unveils profits up 157% at €121m for 2014

LISBON: Galp Energia said its net profit in the first quarter was €121 million, more than two and a half times the level of the same period of 2014. In a statement sent to the securities markets authority, the CMVM, Galp said its profit was up 157 percent from the €47 million recorded in the first quarter of last year. ... Read More »

Galp Energia unveils profits up 157 percent at €121m in Q1-2015

LISBON: Galp Energia said its net profit in the first quarter was €121 million, more than two and a half times the level of the same period of 2014. In a statement sent to the securities markets authority, the CMVM, Galp said its profit was up 157 percent from the €47 million recorded in the first quarter of last year. ... Read More »

Portugal summer holidays for UK tourists 22% cheaper in 2015

LISBON: The despite big price falls of up to 22 per cent in the eurozone compared with last year, it is ‘cheap as chips’ Bulgaria that again rates as best value for bargain-hunters. Portugal summer holidays for UK tourists  22 percent cheaper than 2014 Prices have plunged in its top resort Sunny Beach for the second year running and at ... Read More »

Portugal’s TAP’s 21 flights not take off during the start of 10 day strike

LISBON: Twenty-one flights have been cancelled during the first eight hours of a ten day strike being held by pilots for Portugal’s national airline TAP, which started Friday, 1 May. A TAP spokesperson at Lisbon airport told the media that at least 21 flights had been cancelled from that airport by 8am Friday morning, with many of them being cancelled ... Read More »

Portugal’s TAP to go on 10 days strike from 1st May 2015

LISBON: Following a day of consecutive meetings, pilots from national flag carrier last night confirmed that they are to go ahead with a ten-day strike. TAP pilots to go ahead with strike , The action starts on Friday, and will last until the 10th of May. A court on Monday had ruled that certain flights deemed crucial, such as certain ... Read More »

Portugal’s Customs detains 2 suspects of drug traffickers

LISBON: Portugal’s border Customs authority, SEF, has intercepted at Lisbon airport two foreign citizens suspected of drug trafficking, the authority announced on Monday in a statement. Border Customs authorities detain two foreigners suspected of drug trafficking. The pair, a 34-year-old woman and a 25-year-old man, had travelled from the city of Belém in Brazil’s Amazonas state. They were detained by ... Read More »

Portugal’s Galp Energia net profit surges at 157% in Q1 of 2015

LISBON: Galp Energia said its net profit in the first quarter was €121 million, more than two and a half times the level of the same period of 2014. Galp Energia unveils first-quarter net profit up 157%. In a statement sent to the securities markets authority, the CMVM, Galp said its profit was up 157% from the €47 million recorded ... Read More »

Portugal’s Customs nabs a smuggler seizes over 4,000 doses of hashish

LISBON: Portugal’s Customs arrested a 21-year man in Olhão on suspicion of drug trafficking. More than 4,000 doses of hashish were seized in the bust. The arrest took place after two men were approached by officers on the beat for acting suspiciously and one of them tried to delete pictures of the drugs from his mobile phone. A house search ... Read More »

Portugal’s supermarket workers announces Labour Day strike on May 1st 2015

LISBON: Portugal’s workers at large supermarkets decided strike action for the 1st of May in protest against the working conditions, hours and lower than expected proposed wage increases. This follows similar action 12 months ago which was held against having to work on Labour Day, a practice that had been relatively uncommon until 2011 when Pingo Doce and Continente decided ... Read More »

 IPEX to host first International construction fair in 2016

MAPUTO: The Mozambican Institute for Export Promotion, IPEX and the Portuguese Industrial Association Foundation AIP have agreed to host the first International Construction Fair in Mozambique which is due to take place in the first half of 2016, APA has observed on Saturday.According to state-controlled Radio Mozambique, the agreement document for organisation of the fair was signed by Maria Joà£o ... Read More »

Portugal’s rail passengers increase by 1.1% in Q1-2015

LISBON: The Portuguese National Statistics Institute (INE) said on Tuesday that rail passengers, including Lisbon and Porto metros, continued to increase in 2014, but at a slower rate, climbing 1.1% in the last quarter of the year and 1.7% overall. The INE said that there were 32.7 million passengers in the last quarter of last year. The metros carried 50.4 ... Read More »

Portugal tax burden rises to 41.2% in 2014

LISBON: Figures released last night by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development showed that the proportion of salaries in Portugal absorbed by tax and social security contributions has risen by 3.9 percent the past 15 years. The contributions had fallen by just under 1 percent since the year 2000 in member countries, but that the tax and social security ... Read More »

Portugal tax burden rises to 41.2% in 2014

LISBON: Figures released last night by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development showed that the proportion of salaries in Portugal absorbed by tax and social security contributions has risen by 3.9 percent the past 15 years. The contributions had fallen by just under 1 percent since the year 2000 in member countries, but that the tax and social security ... Read More »

Portugal’s Customs seizes 324,000 liters of wine

LISBON: The Customs official stated that they have seized 324,000 liters of red wine in an operation in different locations. The investigation began when it was discovered that an establishment in northern Portugal was found to be serving a “muscatel type” wine decanted from a five liter bottle into branded bottles of wine which was then passed off as the ... Read More »

Portugal tax burden rises to 41.2% in 2014

LISBON: Figures released last night by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development showed that the proportion of salaries in Portugal absorbed by tax and social security contributions has risen by 3.9 percent the past 15 years. The contributions had fallen by just under 1 percent since the year 2000 in member countries, but that the tax and social security ... Read More »

Portugal’s Customs seizes 324,000 liters of wine

LISBON: The Customs official stated that they have seized 324,000 liters of red wine in an operation in different locations. The investigation began when it was discovered that an establishment in northern Portugal was found to be serving a “muscatel type” wine decanted from a five liter bottle into branded bottles of wine which was then passed off as the ... Read More »

Portugal’s virtual toll payment system rises 19.3% on Easter: Customs

LISBON: According to Customs of Portugal Estradas de, the numbers of non-Portuguese licence plated vehicles signing up to the electronic toll payment systems rose by 19.3% over the Easter period. The EasyToll system saw a total of 8,600 new members over the holiday period with Spanish drivers responsible for over half of the total.   The Algarve A22 was found to ... Read More »

Portugal tax burden rises to 41.2% in 2014

LISBON: Figures released last night by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development showed that the proportion of salaries in Portugal absorbed by tax and social security contributions has risen by 3.9 percent the past 15 years. The contributions had fallen by just under 1 percent since the year 2000 in member countries, but that the tax and social security ... Read More »

Portugal’s flag carriers TAP losses €85.1m in 2014

LISBON: Portuguese flag carriers group TAP ended 2014 with losses of €85.1 million, a massive €79.2 million more than the €5.9 million seen in 2013, because of poorer air transport earnings, the company said. On the other hand, TAP – Manutenção e Engenharia Brasil recorded a loss of €22.6 million which was some €17.7 million better than the previous year ... Read More »

Portugal tax burden rises to 41.2% in 2014

LISBON: Figures released last night by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development showed that the proportion of salaries in Portugal absorbed by tax and social security contributions has risen by 3.9 percent the past 15 years. The contributions had fallen by just under 1 percent since the year 2000 in member countries, but that the tax and social security ... Read More »