República Portuguesa
  • Brian Hunter
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)


HISTORY. Portugal has been an independent state since the 12th century, apart from one period of Spanish rule (1580–1640). The monarchy was deposed on 5 Oct. 1910 and a republic established.


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  1. Statistical Information: The Instituto Nacional de Estatistica (Avenida António José de Almeida, Lisbon) was set up in 1935 in succession to the Direcção-Geral de Estatistica. The Centro de Estudos Económicos and the Centro de Estudos Demográficos were affiliated to the Instituto in 1944. The main publications are:Google Scholar
  2. Anuário Estatistíco. Annuaire statistique. Annual, from 1875Google Scholar
  3. Estatísticas do Comércio Externo. 2 vols. Annual from 1967 (replacing Comércio Externo, 1936–66, and Estatistica Comercial, 1865–1935)Google Scholar
  4. Censo da População de Portugal. 1864 ff. Decennial (latest ed. 1972)Google Scholar
  5. Estatistica da Organização Corporativa. 1938–49. Estatísticas da Organização Corporativa e Previdência Social. 1950 ff.Google Scholar
  6. Estatísticas das Finanças, Publicas and Estatísticas Nometárias. 1969 ff. (replacing Estatísticas Financeiras. 1947–68 and Situacáo Bancária, 1919–46)Google Scholar
  7. Estatísticas Agrícolas. Statistique Agricole. 1943–64; replaced by Estatísticas Agri colas e Alimentares. From 1965. AnnualGoogle Scholar
  8. Estatísticas Industrials. 1967 ff. (replacing Estatística Industrial. Statistique Industrielle. 1943–66)Google Scholar
  9. Estatísticas Demográficas. From 1967 (replacing Anuário Demográfico, 1929–66)Google Scholar
  10. Boletim Mensat do Instituto Nacional de Estatistica. Monthly since 1929Google Scholar
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  12. Centro de Estudos Demográficos. Revista. 1945 ff.Google Scholar
  13. Estatísticas das Contribuiçôes e Impostos. Annual from 1967 (replacing Anuário Estatístico das Contribuiçôes e Impostos, 1936–66)Google Scholar
  14. Estatísticas da Cultura, Revelo e Resporto, 1979 ff.Google Scholar
  15. Estatísticas da Educaçāo. 1940 ff.Google Scholar
  16. Estatísticas da Justica. 1968 ff. (replacing Estatísticas Judiciária. 1936–66)Google Scholar
  17. Estatísticas das Sociedades. 1939 ff.Google Scholar
  18. Estatísticas da Saúde, 1969 ff.Google Scholar
  19. Estatísticas do Turismo. 1969 ff.Google Scholar
  20. Estatísticas do Energia. 1969 ff.Google Scholar
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  25. Graham, L. S. and Wheeler, D. L., (eds.) In Search of Modern Portugal: The Revolution and its Consequences. Univ. of Wisconsin Press, 1983Google Scholar
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