LISBON, May 13 Portugal's long-awaited lithium licensing auction could be postponed to early 2022 due to delays in implementing a law granting municipalities more say in mining projects, the environment ministry said.
LISBON, May 10 Portugal's largest bank Caixa Geral de Depositos (CGD) is relaunching the sale of its Brazilian business as part of its strategy to streamline its international presence, executive board member Francisco Cary told Reuters on Monday.
LISBON, May 10 Portugal's largest bank Caixa Geral de Depositos (CGD) is relaunching the sales process for its Brazilian unit as part of its strategy to streamline its international presence, executive board member Francisco Cary told Reuters on Monday.
LISBON, May 4 Portugal's state-backed Resolution Fund wants to negotiate a large loan from a group of banks to shore up the capital of lender Novo Banco, which was carved out of the collapsed Banco Espirito Santo (BES).
LISBON, April 30 Portugal's economy contracted 3.3% in the first quarter from the preceding three months, hit by a nationwide lockdown imposed in mid-January to combat what was then the world's worst surge of COVID-19 infections, official data showed on Friday.
LISBON, March 26 Losses at Portugal's Novo Banco, which was carved out of the collapsed Banco Espirito Santo, widened 25% in 2020 to 1.3 billion euros ($1.5 billion) after provisions for credit and asset risks and the coronavirus crisis.
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LISBON, March 18 Portugal's pulp producer Altri said on Thursday it had hired financial advisers Lazard to prepare a stock market listing of its renewable unit Greenvolt on the Lisbon bourse, as it aims to shift from biomass to solar and wind energy.
LISBON, March 3 Portugal's EDP Renovaveis has raised 1.5 billion euros ($1.8 billion) in an accelerated capital increase to help fund investment to 2025, the renewable energy unit of top utility EDP said on Wednesday.
LISBON, March 2 Portugal's aviation regulator on Tuesday refused to evaluate a plan to build a new airport in Lisbon, in the latest setback for one of the country's largest infrastructure projects, but the government said it would push for a solution.
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