There is a rather ancient saying that suggests it is easy to guess the nationality of certain individuals: if he speaks highly of France, he shall be French; if he praises the United Kingdom, he is certainly a Brit and if he speaks badly of Spain, he is a Spaniard for sure.
On 6 January 2017, Decree Law 5/2017 was published in Portugal approving the general principles of advertising of medicines and medical devices, and establishing the rules concerning scientific actions to be carried out in establishments, services and bodies of the public health service, “Serviço Nacional de Saúde” (SNS).
When encountering a reference to the “Big Four” one undeniably used to think of the biggest four accounting firms in the world. Recently though, it might be necessary to check the context, as the reference could perfectly be made to the four largest “tech” companies in the world (Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon).
On 28 January 2017, the Portuguese Data Protection Authority (Comissão Nacional de Proteção de Dados/CNPD) published a document establishing ten measures aimed at helping entities prepare for the application of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Since the GDPR will apply from 25 May 2018 onwards, the CNPD points out that public and private entities should begin to swiftly implement internal procedures and mechanisms in order to ensure compliance with the new obligations.
The Web Summit held in Lisbon in November 2016 brought together a large number of experts in the car industry, including specialists in autonomous car technology, in a clear demonstration of the expected revolution in the automotive industry.
In recent years, the Chilean economy has become one of the most attractive economies in Latin America for foreign investment. As a result, many Spanish companies consider Chile as a land of opportunity and a strategic place to land in the South American market, in the way Colombia and Peru have been recently.