The Prime Minister, António Costa, said today that economic indicators reinforce the conviction that the Portuguese economy will grow more than what the Government had initially forecast.

“There are better prospects for the European and world economy. This reinforces the conviction that we, this year, will not only grow as we had predicted, but we can grow more than what we had foreseen”, said António Costa, who was speaking to journalists at the end of a visit to the Dielmar clothing factory, in Alcains, in the municipality of Castelo Branco.

The visit was the prime minister’s first initiative within the scope of the “Closer Government” programme, which runs between today and Thursday, in the district of Castelo Branco, with more than 40 initiatives where members of the executive will be present.

António Costa sustained his optimism regarding the behavior of the Portuguese economy for this year on the resilience of the national business fabric, “which has sustained the growth of the economy and the evolution of employment”.

The behavior of companies during “difficult years”, first marked by the pandemic and then by the effects of the war in Ukraine and inflation, gives “confidence” regarding the future, he stressed.


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