The Portuguese tourist board has begun a campaign to encourage UK tourists to continue to visit, whatever happens with Brexit.
Portugal is now outpacing Spain as Europe's fastest-growing tourism market. But the small nation is struggling to meet the industry's steep demands.
The heir to the British throne became the first member of the British royal family to visit the communist-run island. The UK supported the trip in hopes of boosting commercial and cultural ties with Havana.
The ECB has kept its benchmark refinancing rate at zero, as it weighs up risks to the economy from Brexit and trade disputes. ECB chief Mario Draghi said the eurozone's current economic indicators were "weak."
The border has dominated Irish thoughts on Brexit. Amid the political tensions, several English voices have called for Ireland's dependence on UK trade to be used as leverage in negotiations. Are they right?
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