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Reform Priorities (April 2021)

Going for Growth 2021 - Portugal

The pandemic highlighted gaps in the social safety net and risks aggravating the situation for disadvantaged students and vulnerable workers. Increasing the coverage of out-of-work benefits should become the top policy priority. Strengthening efforts to provide individualised support to students at risk remains crucial, as does upskilling of large parts of the workforce, especially with digital skills.

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2021 Structural Reform Priorities

  • Labour market: Reinforce social protection for non-standard employment to reduce precariousness and poverty
  • Education and skills: Raise skills to strengthen productivity, foster the creation of higher quality jobs, and improve equity and well-being
  • Competition and regulation: Strengthen competition in non-manufacturing sectors to bolster export competitiveness and productivity
  • Insolvency: Reduce high corporate leverage to raise investment and promote job creation
  • Tax system: Reduce exemptions and special rates to enhance efficiency of the tax system and strengthen public finance sustainability

 

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