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Oporto

Portugal's derivatives exchange (Bolsa de Derivados do Oporto) trading futures on the ten-year government bond, Portuguese stock index, and three-month interbank deposit rate LISBOR (Lisbon Interbank Offered Rate).
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Amer Group was recently divided into two companies; Amer Group, which mainly focuses on real estate investment sectors, restaurants, hotels, and malls and Porto Group which includes the famous Porto projects.
Porto keeper Iker Casillas said: "Chelsea is a hard rival and will be the favourite.
Speaking at the official inaugural ceremony at the new Porto base, Carolyn McCall, Chief Executive of easyJet, said: 'Portugal is a really important market for easyJet.
Leaving or staying depends on Porto but I will only go if there is something concrete.
Zenit lead their domestic standings by three points but face a tall order against Porto, who have won on all four of their previous trips to Russia.
Hulk is under contract with Porto until 2014, but said in a recent newspaper interview he would be "happy" were a deal agreed for him to join the Champions League winners.
UEFA charged Porto on Tuesday over the alleged racist chants by their fans and a hearing will take place next Wednesday.
After Mourinho, who now coaches Real Madrid, moved from Porto to Chelsea in 2004 he won back-to-back Premier League titles.
The third aspect of the offer is 10 days free accommodation at the Porto World Egyptian resort of the purchaser's choice.
Amer Group has invested billions of dollars in the Porto World project.
FC APOEL, Cyprus' football champion, were beaten at home last night by FC Porto 0 -- 1, in the Champions League Group D.
Chelsea 1 FC Porto 0 NICOLAS Anelka proved Chelsea can survive and prosper without banned Didier Drogba as the France international settled their opening Champions League qualifying game against Porto with a second half winner, writes ADRIAN CURTIS.