Portuguese government drops Barreiro from budget

Enhanced co-ordination between the ports of Lisbon (pictured) and Setúbal offered up as an alternative. Credit: Pedro Ribeiro Simões

The Portuguese government has dropped the new Barreiro container terminal in Lisbon from its list of development projects for 2016. Instead, this has been replaced by a drive for enhanced co-ordination between the ports of Lisboa and Setúbal.

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