RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Covid-19 pandemic has opened up a new immigration destination from Brazil to Portugal: the hinterland. Without the pressure of real estate speculation and lack of jobs, more and more Brazilians are discovering the potential for ample space to work and live with better quality and less cost in the heart of Portugal.
Globo traveled through some of these small depopulated oases that are developing economic strategies to attract and retain entrepreneurs and professionals as part of a new plan by the Portuguese government to attack the country's chronic demographic problem and assist the . . .