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Banco de Portugal troca PwC por Deloitte 20 anos depois

23 Feb 2018

A PwC, auditora do Banco de Portugal desde 1998, abandonou as funções. A Deloitte ganhou o concurso a que a EY também concorreu e é a sucessora. Como revisora externa do supervisor, tem mais limitações do que as que já constam do est...

Fotogaleria: Porsche Cayenne: Colheita "premium"

23 Feb 2018

Em 15 anos de existência, o Cayenne venceu e convenceu os mais cépticos e até os mais puristas da marca. E, se dúvidas houvesse, a 3ª geração encarrega-se de o provar, porque está melhor em tudo.

Câmaras querem casas novas. Governo prefere reabilitar

22 Feb 2018

Os municípios reclamam a construção de casas novas para quase sete mil famílias. Governo discorda e argumenta que famílias devem ser realojadas em casas devolutas, adquiridas ou recuperadas para o efeito. Construção de habitação no...

Rio forte, Rio fraco

22 Feb 2018

Fernando Negrão foi eleito presidente do grupo parlamentar do PSD com 39% dos votos. Trata-se de um mau resultado comprovado por esta singela constatação: Negrão obteve quase tantos votos a favor (35) como os brancos (32).

Bolsa portuguesa deve ser mais representativa da economia

22 Feb 2018

Os especialistas destacam que é preciso atrair mais empresas para o mercado de capitais nacional e acabar com o trauma de investir em acções. E as expectativas permanecem optimistas para 2018.

Minipreço "expectante" com chegada da Mercadona

22 Feb 2018

Apesar de ter "consciência da força" da Mercadona, a dona do Minipreço está confiante que vai manter a sua "posição de proximidade" com os portugueses. Este ano o grupo vai investir 25 milhões em Portugal.

BCE impõe sanções de 15 milhões de euros a bancos europeus

22 Feb 2018

Ao contrário do que acontecera nos anos anteriores, o BCE aplicou sanções administrativas de 15 milhões de euros em 2017. Contudo, constituiu uma imparidade de 11 milhões porque a entidade visada está em liquidação.

Valor médio do subsídio de desemprego sobe 7%

22 Feb 2018

O valor que determina a vida dos desempregados e os salários que estarão dispostos a aceitar está a recuperar. A subida do último ano coincide com o fim do corte de 10%. Mas o montante médio dos subsídios sociais e de desemprego conti...

Comissão Europeia aprova aquisição da fabricante de airbags Takata pela KSS

22 Feb 2018

A Comissão Europeia (CE) aprovou esta quinta-feira a aquisição da fabricante japonesa de airbags Takata pela empresa norte-americana Key Safety Systems (KSS), tendo concluído que não existem riscos para a concorrência.

Pagamento acelerado ao FMI corta dívida para mínimo de cinco anos

22 Feb 2018

Mário Centeno acertou na mouche: em 2017, a dívida pública deverá ter ficado em 126,2% do PIB, precisamente a meta que tinha sido fixada. Acelerar os reembolsos ao FMI foi uma estratégia fundamental.

The tiny new party that may hold the key to Italy’s election

21 Feb 2018

Berlusconi’s slender chanceRAFFAELE FITTO is a man in a hurry. The black limousine with darkened windows hurtling through the gathering darkness hits 160kph (100mph) as it rushes him to his next campaign stop. With barely two weeks to go ...

Putin’s chef cooks up a storm

17 Feb 2018

THE business empire of Yevgeny Prigozhin had humble roots: a hot-dog stand on the streets of St Petersburg in 1990. “We mixed the mustard at home in my apartment,” he once recalled. He eventually opened a series of chic restaurants incl...

France’s high fertility rate has begun to slide

15 Feb 2018

THE French city of Rennes serves plates of asparagus tips to 18-month-old tots. Toulouse treats its under-fives to Roquefort-cheese tart. Toddlers in Amiens are offered a camembert tartiflette as a starter. At the country’s state-run crè...

Turkey’s constitutional court has been rendered irrelevant

15 Feb 2018

ELVAN ALPAY’S heart leapt at the news. It was January 11th, and Turkey’s constitutional court had just ordered the release of Mrs Alpay’s father Sahin, as well as another writer, from pre-trial detention. One of over 100 journalists l...

This time, Italy’s Five Star Movement wants power

15 Feb 2018

SCAMPIA on a wet Monday is the last place most Italians would care to be. Once a stronghold of the Camorra, the Neapolitan mafia, and the scene of two homicidal faide (feuds), it is a byword for peril and squalor. Unfairly so: the drug-deal...

A decade since independence, Kosovo is still violent

15 Feb 2018

OLIVER IVANOVIC, a Kosovo Serb politician who was murdered on January 16th, was hit by six bullets, says his friend Branislav Krstic, who washed and dressed the body. “The one that killed him entered here,” he says, pointing to his hip,...

What climate change means for the Netherlands’ Olympic skaters

15 Feb 2018

What if winter isn’t coming?WHAT Kenyans are to marathons, the Dutch are to long-track speed skating. As the Netherlands’ skaters arrived last week at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, their biggest fear was of failing to do better th...

Lithuania hopes the next century is quieter than the last

15 Feb 2018

IT TOOK Thomas Mann just a few days to fall for the Curonian Spit. The “indescribable beauty” of this geographical oddity, a skinny stretch of land curving from Lithuania’s west coast to what is today the Russian exclave of Kaliningra...

Poland’s new law on death camps is divisive. That’s the point

8 Feb 2018

ON FEBRUARY 6th 1943 Auschwitz received 2,000 Polish Jews from a ghetto in Bialystok, in north-east Poland. Almost all of them were murdered in the death camp’s gas chambers; just one grisly episode in the six-year saga of Nazi barbarity ...

Germany’s main parties conclude a coalition deal

8 Feb 2018

“GRAND coalitions have the feel of perverse sex acts,” Willy Brandt is said to have opined. The great Social Democratic (SPD) chancellor’s point was that broad alliances of the centre-right and centre-left are unnatural and best avoid...

Minister wants commemoration for Poles killed by Nazis in WW2

21 Feb 2018

A Polish government minister has supported calls for a "Polocaust" museum to commemorate Poles killed by the Nazis during World War Two.

Polish embassy in Israel defaced

19 Feb 2018

Poland's embassy in Tel Aviv was daubed with swastikas on Sunday, a day after Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki caused outrage by claiming Jews were among the perpetrators of the Holocaust.

Save the Children promises review after claims against former CEO

21 Feb 2018

Save the Children has apologized for the past inappropriate behavior of its former chief executive towards female staff, promising a fresh review into the charity's "organizational culture."

Academic gets 32 years for pedophilia

20 Feb 2018

A British university researcher has been sentenced to 32 years in prison for a litany of "warped and sadistic" crimes, including blackmail and sexual exploitation.

Russian athlete suspected of failing drugs test

19 Feb 2018

A Russian athlete at the Winter Olympics is suspected of failing a drugs test, according to Russian news agency TASS.

'Tortured and held for ransom,' a child migrant's story

20 Feb 2018

Souleiman says he was just 17 when he embarked on a treacherous journey through West Africa to Europe. Along the way, he says he was imprisoned, tortured and held for ransom.

Husband of murdered UK MP steps down from charities amid assault claims

18 Feb 2018

Brendan Cox, the husband of murdered British MP Jo Cox, has stepped down from charities he set up in her name, amid allegations of sexual assault.

May: 'Ideology' must not impede Brexit security deal

18 Feb 2018

UK Prime Minister Theresa May warned Saturday that "ideology" should not get in the way as she called for a new security treaty to be agreed between Britain and the European Union after Brexit.

Skier matches all-time medal record with gold

17 Feb 2018

Marit Bjoergen led Norway to gold in 4x5-kilometer cross-country skiing relay, tying the all-time Winter Olympic record of 13 medals held by compatriot Ole Einar Bjoerndalen.

Prince dies, refused to be buried with queen

14 Feb 2018

Prince Henrik of Denmark died Tuesday with his wife, Queen Margrethe, at his side. But he will not be buried in the plot next to hers, breaking a centuries-old royal tradition.

 

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