fDi Markets Newswire:

Porto bounces back

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Originally published in the February/March issue of fDi Magazine and in association with Porto, Porto Office Park and Round Hill Capital.

Reporting and editing carried out independently by fDi Magazine.  

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Porto: from gloom to economic boom

Reclaiming its role as a global city for business and tourism, Porto is witnessing rapid transformation and record highs as it pushes aside years of economic decline.

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Porto mayor sees strength in clusters

Rui Moreira, mayor of Porto, tells fDi about the city’s business boom and explains how its many sector-based clusters will keep it firmly on the radar of foreign investors.

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Tourists and real estate investors home in on Porto

‘Discovered’ by tourists in recent years, Porto is welcoming records numbers of visitors and experiencing soaring rental and property prices. 

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From Locations

Porto shows that it's not just a pretty place

While the tourists and real estate developers flock to Porto, the city is strengthening its appeal to investors in a number of areas, as fDi discovers.

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