Portuguese Go To Polls As Country Grapples With Bailout

LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal will elect a new government on Sunday which will lead the country through a period of deep austerity and recession after it received a 78-billion-euro ($114 billion) bailout from the European Union and IMF.

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