Porcelain factory Faiancas Bordallo Pinheiro launches a new edition of Ze Povinho
epa02825135 A hand shows the new porcelain work of the porcelain factory 'Faiancas Bordallo Pinheiro' entitled Ze Povinho, a typical character that became first a symbol of the Portuguese working-class people, and eventually into the unnofficial personification of Portugal, Lisbon, Portugal, 15 July 2011. This new edition of Ze Povinho shows his discontentment with Moody's rating of Portugal. EPA/MARIO CRUZ
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