Cautious optimism for investors as NHR survives amid Portuguese PM resignation

Mark Battersby
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It appears that the end of the Non Habitual Tax Regime is no longer on the immediate agenda, which is positive news for investors in Portugal, argues Global Citizen Solutions. This shift in focus is a result of Prime Minister António Costa's resignation, which has been accepted by the President of the Republic (it hit the headlines on 7 November).    As the President of the Republic prepares for consultations with various political parties and the Council of State, the possibility of early elections is looming. Consequently, there will be a need for a new budget plan as the ongoing...

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