European Union

Forget Berlin, Lisbon wants to become the start-up capital of Europe

Pigeons fly around the main square of Lisbon Terreiro do Paco in Portugal,November 23, 2003. One of the most ancient cities in Europe Lisbon isdominated by its river Tagus and its cosmopolitan atmosphere. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/JoseManuel Ribeiro EURO 2004 PREVIEW CITYSCAPE JR - RTR7K34

"You see international entrepreneurs thinking 'where should I go and build a company?' and you see that Lisbon is on the map." Image: REUTERS/JoseManuel Ribeiro

Axel Bugge
Writer, Reuters
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