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The newspaper, part of the 168 Chasa (168 Hours) Press Group founded by Petyo Blaskov, was launched in 1990, a few months after the success of the 168 Hours weekly newspaper. The well-designed tabloid format and the colloquial, somewhat derisive, writing style of 24 Chasa quickly gained wide popularity. Along with briefly presented news, the daily offers much entertaining reading and some quite insightful analyses.
Capital (Bulgarian: Капитал) is an influential Bulgarian weekly newspaper, published since 1992. Preferred mainly by the business community, the Capital is known for its unbiased coverage of the current political and economic affairs, analyzes and supplements. As of 2002, Capital was part of Georg von Holtzbrinck Publishing Group who owned part of the Economedia publishing company. In November 2007 the Bulgarian owners of Economedia bought the shares back.
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