What goods are produced in Portugal?

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Main industries textiles, clothing, footwear, wood and cork, paper, chemicals, auto-parts manufacturing, base metals, dairy products, wine and other foods, porcelain and ceramics, glassware, technology, telecommunications; ship construction and refurbishment; tourism, building materials

What does Portugal produce the most?

Wheat (3,000 sq km) and corn (2,680 sq km) are produced in vast areas, followed by barley, potatoes and rice. Larger plantations are the vineyards with 3,750 sq km, but the olive trees have the larger area of about 4,000 sq km. Portugal is one of the largest producers of olive oil (“azeite”) in the world.

Who is richer Spain or Portugal?

Gross domestic product

Being the hub of a few big banks, the Spanish economy produced a GDP of $1.237tn (£936bn) in 2016, according to World Bank data. By comparison, Portugal netted a GDP of $205.18bn (£154bn) that same year. GDP per capita in Spain is also higher than in Portugal.

What cars are made in Portugal?

There are currently 4 major car-manufacturers in Portugal: Toyota/Salvador Caetano, PSA Peugeot/Citroën, Mitsubishi FUSO Trucks and Volkswagen AutoEuropa and the cluster was recently consolidated through the installation of Mobinov.

What is the main industry in Portugal?

Economy of Portugal

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Main industries textiles, clothing, footwear, wood and cork, paper, chemicals, auto-parts manufacturing, base metals, dairy products, wine and other foods, porcelain and ceramics, glassware, technology, telecommunications; ship construction and refurbishment; tourism, building materials
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Is Portugal a safe country?

Portugal is in the top 3 of the 2020 Global Peace Index, the ranking of the safest countries in the world. Portugal is beaten only by Iceland and New Zealand on this list of the safest countries, and is ranked far higher than neighbouring countries such as Spain and France.

Is Portugal in a recession?

The recession in Portugal was deeper than the 6.8% drop in the euro area and the 6.4% fall in the 27-nation European Union. …

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