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PSD questions Government about "significant delays" in the allocation of CGA pensions

The Social Democrats believe that the Socialist Executive must take measures to end the delays in processing pensions and “adjust the IT system of the Caixa Geral de Aposentações (CGA)” so as not to create “even more anxiety in the citizens”.

Vaccine delivery delays “seriously worry” six EU countries

In the letter - quoted by the French news agency, AFP - the ministers of health of Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia and Sweden, said that the announcement of delays in the delivery of Pfizer / BioNTech vaccines “undermines the credibility of the vaccination process ”And highlight that, although the process of joint purchase of vaccines by the European Commission has brought“ optimism to the entire European Union ”, the current situation is“ unacceptable ”.

Sonae Sierra keeps shopping centers open with essential activities in operation

This decision was taken to allow the population access to the services considered essential by the Government, as well as so that retailers whose activity is authorized can continue to operate, namely supermarkets and hypermarkets, dietetics, restaurants (on a take-away basis and 'delivery'), pharmacies, parapharmacies, clinics, banks, opticians, pet stores, electronics and telecommunications, among others.

Ursula and Costa call for the rapid approval of parliaments of the resolution that allows to proceed with debt issuance

The prime minister also urged countries to move quickly with the ratification of the own resources decision. "Each national parliament must urgently approve," said António Costa this Friday.

Wanda Sports reinforces its commitment to cycling and guarantees the television rights of two important events

After the agreement, Infront, a company owned by Wanda Sports, will take over from France's Eurosport, which held the rights to both cycling competitions. Likewise, Infront's emission allowances in Europe will not take effect until 2022, but may do so from this year outside the old continent.

Car factories in Portugal recorded a 23,6% drop in production in 2020

Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom received 60% of the cars produced in Portuguese factories.
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