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ACEGE Barometer: Support for TAP and companies affected by the pandemic worry businessmen

Responses from businessmen and associated managers of the January barometer of ACEGE, in a partnership with Jornal Económico, Rádio Renascença and Netsonda, reveal concern about the effects of Covid-19. But there are also signs of optimism regarding the evolution of their companies and the maintenance of jobs.

Jornal Económico in a minute

This week's Jornal Económico is now available on newsstands across the country and on the JE Leitor platform, for our digital subscribers.

Infographics | After the storm, the return to growth

The year 2020 marked an abrupt drop in the growth rate of the Portuguese economy, due to the crisis caused by the pandemic, but 2021 should already be a recovery, even if gradual. The projections of the main national and international institutions vary between an expansion of 1,7% and 6,5% for the whole of this year, with different estimates for the various components of the GDP. Consumption and exports are expected to push for the recovery of an economy too penalized by the fall in tourism.

"There has never been a greater betrayal." Ten Republicans who said “yes” to Donald Trump's dismissal

The final vote counted on 10 Republican representatives in the House of Representatives to vote in favor of the process. Find out who they are and how they justified their position in the face of events at the Capitol, in Washington, last January 6th.

From 'French' to 'Germans'. Which car brands sold the most in Portugal in 2020

Car sales in Portugal are inevitably marked by the Covid-19 pandemic that significantly reduced sales. The 'premium' brands gain ground compared to the 'traditional' ones. Meet the top 10 of the best selling car brands in Portugal.

From Porsche to Maserati. See the best selling luxury cars in Portugal in 2020

The seven luxury car brands in Portugal together suffered a 20% drop in 2020 compared to 2019, according to ACAP data. Maserati, Jaguar and Lamborghini recorded declines in sales, with Porsche, Ferrari and Aston Martin seeing increases and Bentley remaining unchanged.
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