Le Portugal a besoin des réfugiés pour faire tourner son économie

Laetitia Dive - envoyée spéciale à Lisbonne
Syrian Refugees Fatima (L) and her daughter Rana prepare Syrian food during the opening of their restaurant 'Mezze' in Lisbon on September 15, 2017. - Owned by Syrian refugees Fatima and her 2 daughters and son, the Mezze restaurant was immediately successful since its opening in Lisbon in September 2017, being a rare example of successful integration into a country with a very proactive hosting policy. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP) / TO GO WITH A AFP STORY BY BRUNO CRAVO
Syrian Refugees Fatima (L) and her daughter Rana prepare Syrian food during the opening of their restaurant 'Mezze' in Lisbon on September 15, 2017. - Owned by Syrian refugees Fatima and her 2 daughters and son, the Mezze restaurant was immediately successful since its opening in Lisbon in September 2017, being a rare example of successful integration into a country with a very proactive hosting policy. (Photo by PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA / AFP) / TO GO WITH A AFP STORY BY BRUNO CRAVO ©AFP
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