Wednesday, March 3, 2021

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Re-elected for a second term as President of the Republic with 60.70% of the votes, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa has some delicate tasks ahead: The pandemic, which he himself elected as “the most urgent of urgent things to do”, the Euthanasia Law, the European Bazooka and the very governability that will certainly be more difficult to ensure than during...


Is the Best of Us is Yet to Come?

Rosália Amorim, Journalist

After the Storm Comes the Collection

Pedro Santos Guerreiro, Journalist

Portuguese Presidential

The Portuguese Presidency of the European Union

Paulo Sande, Visiting Professor at the Institute for Political Studies at the Portuguese Catholic University What it does actually and what it is there for Firstly...

The Presidency of the European Union and Insurance

José Galamba de Oliveira, President at Portuguese Association of Insurers Between 1 January and 30 June 2021, Portugal takes over the rotating Presidency of the...

CEOs – An Evolving Stakeholder Perspective

Angus Maitland, Chairman AMO Global The job specification of the public company CEO was never easy, but in the swashbuckling days of the late 20th...

The profile of the new Leader

Mariana Branquinho, Senior Client Partner for Korn Ferry in Portugal

Asia and Middle East

Game changer?

Cristina Ramos, Communication Consultant

Me or Us and the “History” of Tomorrow

Carlos Barroca, Associate Vice President Basketball Operations, NBA Asia

Last edition

Economist – The World in 2021

The January edition of PRÉMIO includes a section with the economic forecasts of  the magazine "The Economist - The World in 2021" - in...

Forecasts 2021

Strategy to Collect FDI: Our advantages in a new context of economic and social recovery

Eurico Brilhante Dias, Secretary of State for Internationalization Portugal witnessed until March 2020, for the first time since the advent of the Euro, a growth...

The End of History and Its Perpetual New Beginnings

André Pinotes Batista, Socialist Party Member of Parliament The armistice of August 14, 1945, which marked the end of the Second World War, was the...

Factors for the global economic recovery in 2021

Rafael Diogo, Financial and Markets Analyst at Bankinter Portugal     Since the beginning of the pandemic, Bankinter’s Research arm has adopted a stance we call “grounded...


“Without the private effort, the Portuguese State would not have been able to face the pandemic”

In an interview with PRÉMIO, Germano de Sousa, clinical pathologist and president of the josé Germano de Sousa Laboratory Medicine Centre, spoke about his career as a doctor, his former position as President of the Portuguese Doctors Association and the growth of his network of laboratories, operating in the field of clinical pathology laboratory trials and the main national player in this sector, currently performing 15 to 16% of Covid tests in Portugal.

The keys to the pandemic

João Maria Condeixa, External & Policy Affairs Manager at Janssen, a pharmaceutical company part of the Johnson & Johnson group

The ARMs Response to the Covid-19 Pandemic

Pedro Ramos, Regional Secretary of Health and Civil Protection of the Autonomous Region of Madeira (ARM) First, I would like to explain how the response...


The History of the Brand

Paulo Pereira da Silva, Renova’s CEO, compares his company with a startup, given the manner how his teams are structured, the importance of people and their talents within the organization, and Renova’s behaviour in international markets, with constant curiosity and always privileging its relationship with citizens.

The Future of Education

Miguel Pina Martins, Founder and CEO of Science4You Educating is...

Education for Technology or Technology for Education?

Bruno Mota, Founder and CEO of BOLD The “Manifesto for...



American Challenges: From the presidential election to the Biden Administration

Jaime Nogueira Pinto The 2020 US elections were one of the most tense and bipartisan in the history of the United States. The projections by...

The President’s Priorities

James Astill, Washington bureau chief and Lexington columnist, The Economist Washington, DCW The year ahead in America will be a big improvement on its awful...

Spain: hope for recovery

Belén Rodrigo, Journalist at Diario ABC

Paraguay: land of opportunities and a project for the future

Ricardo Fortes da Costa, Director of RH Magazine

A new cycle of optimism

Bruno Rosa, Journalist from the Business section of newspaper “O Globo”


Driving Factor of the Mozambican Capital Market

Salim Cripton Valá, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Mozambique Stock Exchange   Stock Exchanges are seen as the barometers of economies, following trends...

The best of what is yet to come

Ricardo David Lopes, Consultant When, shortly after taking office as President of Angola, João Lourenço appeared on social media portrayed in good-natured memes as the...

Asia and Middle East

14º Plano quinquenal da China para investidores estrangeiros

Begoña Lucena e Bowen Chui, Artemis Associates

“Honne to Tatemae”

Sónia Ito, Archaeologist and Lecturer
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A #ModernandCompetitivePortugal and a Green and Global Europe in West Africa

Vítor Sereno, Portuguese Ambassador to Senegal At the Portuguese Embassy in Dakar - covering seven countries and one million square kilometres of coastline, the Sahelian...

Mozambique and the United Nations

Pedro Comissário, Permanent Representative of Mozambique in the United Nations, in New York The world has just celebrated the turn of the year 2020. This...

The Third Wave in the Azores

Pedro de Faria e Castro, Regional Undersecretary of the Presidency 2021 marks the 45th anniversary of the political and administrative autonomy of the archipelagos of...


António Cunha Vaz, Chairman at CV&A

The New Year starts with the usual best wishes of peace, health and love for everyone, and prosperity for the most materialist we should add. Health is particularly relevant in this year of uncertainty, but of hope.