Tiago Salazar

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Tiago Salazar (born 1972) is a Portuguese writer and journalist, also noted for being a diligent traveler. He was born in Lisbon in 1972 and studied for a degree in international relations.[ where? ] Since early, Salazar wrote for several newspapers and magazines like Diário de Notícias, Expresso and Correio da Manhã. [1] He has also worked for television (Endereço Desconhecido, travelling documentary, RTP 2). He was married to singer Cristina Branco radicated in the Netherlands. The couple who have two daughters, endured a complex litigation process with the Portuguese tax office and moved their tax address to the Netherlands in order to take advantage of the favorable tax environment there. [2] By 2016, Salazar was driving a tuk-tuk for tourists in Lisbon in order to make a living. [3] The couple got divorced in 2018.

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