January 2010
Political Risk Yearbook: Portugal Country Report;2010, preceding p2
Country Report
This publication presents information about Portugal. It discusses political and economic conditions in the country. Lisbon is the capital of the country which has a population of 10.68 million as of 2008. Current head of state is President Anibal Cavaco Silva. Industries that the government are involved include banking, insurance and transportation.


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