Portugal: Here’s why you should invest in usQZ
|Time to take advantage of the discount? Reuters/Jose Manuel Ribeiro|
Two-and-a-half years after it took a bailout and embarked on a plan to turn its economy around, Portugal has made deep economic reforms. Those reforms helped cripple its economic growth—in the first quarter of the year, GDP fell 0.4% from the previous quarter, and was down 4.0% from a year earlier. But Portugal’s government is hoping that the pain endured has laid the foundation for growth, and has even returned to the open markets to issue debt.