Europe is a source of tassels to the aviation sector, with Portugal positioning itself at the forefront of those who most benefit the airline industry.
For those who depend on the car daily and its use is hampered by the suppression of roads and parking, the travel alternatives are not tempting.
Energy policy is dictated by state intervention. There is still a democratic choice to decide which one we want to have.
State intervention in the economy is necessary, but it remains to be seen why. Whether to invest in infrastructure that serves the population or if inoperative colossuses.
TAP's future must be part of a future vision for transport anchored in a fair energy transition, of which we have not yet seen concrete government actions.
The energy transition that leaves no one behind has been delayed due to an alleged lack of funds and the possibility of the State intervening in the economy. There are now funds and interventionism is mandatory.
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