CFP projections for the Portuguese economy point to a continued slowdown in economic activity in the period of 2019-2023.
The CFP Chair participated in the International Colloquium "The Control of public finances: what challenges for the 21st century", which took place at the National Institute of Statistics in Lisbon.
Carlos Marinheiro joins the OECD task force that this summer will undertake an independent review of the Scottish Fiscal Commission, the entity that produces independent macroeconomic and fiscal forecasts for Scotland.
The Portuguese Public Finance Council (CFP) is an independent administrative entity. Its mission is to undertake an independent assessment of the consistency, compliance and sustainability of fiscal policy. Such assessment should help to enhance, through increased transparency, the quality of democracy and economic policy decision-making and to reinforce the financial credibility of the Republic.Read More