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“Constructing” the future for the last 75 years

Interview with Manuel António da Mota, Founder of Mota-Engil
With a market positioning aligned with the best practices and business conduct based on ethical principles and backed up by a strategic and integrated vision on the future, Mota Engil strives to become the most international, innovative and globally competitive group. This year, the group celebrates its 75th year in business but the ambition remains the same as in its origins: continue to head down new paths for its own development.

Starting over at 75

Diogo Lacerda Machado, Aviation enthusiast   TAP was born 75 years ago, thanks to the creative impulse of General Humberto Delgado, months before the end of World War II and some time after that extraordinary circumstance which was the demobilisation of...

500 Years of Postal Services in Portugal – History, Present and Future

Raúl Moreira, Philately Director of CTT On November 6, 1520, King D. Manuel I signed in the city of Évora the royal letter appointing Luis Homem as the first postal officer in Portugal. Despite the existence of documents prior to...

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Strengthening Civil Society and its Capacity to Improve Quality of Life in Mozambique

Sarah James Founded on the ethics and values that drive inclusive progress and positive change, civil society institutions – from education and healthcare, to the...

“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.

“Honne to Tatemae”

Sónia Ito, Archaeologist and Lecturer
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