PORTUGAL: Trying to stay the course

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Last week’s announcement by Mario Centeno that he would step down as finance minister will have a limited impact on the government’s economic policy outlook. His replacement by Secretary of State for the Budget Joao Leao signals Prime Minister Antonio Costa’s continued concerns about retaining fiscal credibility, especially in the context of the Covid-19 crisis. Moreover, the minority government led by the Socialist Party (PS) will still be able to rely on the support of the opposition parties in parliament, at least until the time comes for Costa to make difficult economic choices. New
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