"Although it is sliding against other currencies, it can be foreseen that the euro should appreciate throughout the year," Constancio told a business seminar in Santa Maria da Feira, a town in northern Portugal.
Constancio added that the central bank would revise its inflation forecast for Portugal up from a current 2.9 percent following March 2001 infla
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