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VShe's a smiling Antonio Costa who walks in direction of his desk this Monday, March 25 in Lisbon, regardless of his camp's defeat towards Luis Montenegro (middle proper) over the last early legislative elections in Portugal. The head of the socialist authorities certainly has one thing to shine about. To have a good time his eight years in workplace that are coming to an finish, he’s providing a pleasant parting reward to his fellow residents: a funds in surplus.

The numbers got here in just a little earlier within the morning. In a press launch, the INE – the native statistical workplace, the equal of INSEE – introduced that Portugal had achieved, through the 2023 funds 12 months, a surplus of round 1.2% of the gross home product (GDP), the biggest “surplus” of the final fifty years.

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