LISBON, Portugal -- Portugal's prime minister says his bailed-out country must make deeper cuts in public services to compensate for a court ruling that prohibited some tax increases.Pedro Passos Coelho said in a televised address to the nation Sunday that Portuguese lives "will become more difficult," though he said he won't increase taxes.
Portugal's Prime Minister: Deeper Cuts Coming
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