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Metro is a free newspaper in Belgium, distributed on working days and aiming in particular at 18-44 year old urban, active, mobile students and commuters. Separate Dutch and French-language versions, each with its own content, are according to the area's language(s) available in railway stations, subway stations, universities, etc. from dedicated stands that have the colour of the paper's header: blue for Dutch and green for French for easy recognition, especially where both occur.
Rossel (full name : Rossel & Cie, S.A.) is a major media group in Brussels and Wallonia, the French-speaking part of Belgium. The daily newspaper Le Soir is one of their main and most successful publications. Together with De Persgroep, Rossel recently purchased the two broadsheets De Tijd and L'Echo, and merged them into the new Mediafin.
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