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The average annual wage in Portugal is US$13,240 (source: SAPO), while the unemployment rate as a percentage of the total work force is 13.5%. According to the latest World Bank "doing business" rankings, Portugal is 25th out of 189 countries. There are a total of 3 standard procedures that must be followed when starting up a new business, with the minimum start-up time being 3 days (source: World Bank).
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» Business Taxation for Expats in Portugal
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