With the theme “In search for a common ground”, the Forum that promotes the relations of the European and African continent through the power of the diasporas, will take place on July 2 and 3 of July, at NOVA SBE.
From rescue to surplus; from the abandonment of the historic center of Lisbon to its tourist explosion. The Spanish press speaks about the decade of the ‘small country on the periphery of Europe’, which for a prodigious decade has increased its prestige abroad. (more…)
“We have had 40 projects supported in just over a year and a half,” explained Manuel Claro, explaining that “it is almost unanimous” among international producers “the quality of the Portuguese technical and artistic teams in this type of work”.
Portugal remained in 34th position in the World Economic Forum’s world competitiveness ranking, which analyzed 141 economies, due to methodological changes with global impact. Nevertheless, Portugal has improved above all in technological innovation.
Beyond the 12th place in the world, the World Economic Forum report indicates that Portugal is eighth in the European ranking, achieving the best result ever. The country leads in Tourism Infrastructures.
A report made by independent scientists to the United Nations (UN) on sustainable development for 2019, places Portugal in 26th place out of a total of 162 countries evaluated. (more…)
Within the Portuguese Business Schools, Universidade Nova de Lisboa is the one with the best ranking. The eight Portuguese institutions were awarded Excellency Palms by the Business Schools Ranking by Eduniversal rating agency.
The Palace of Mafra and the Sanctuary of Bom Jesus in Braga were classified as World Heritage. The monuments included “the 36 nominations for inclusion on the World Heritage List”, which were evaluated at the 43rd Session of the UNESCO Heritage Committee.