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De Tijd (English: The Times), formerly De Financieel-Economische Tijd (The Financial Economical Times), is a Belgian berliner newspaper that mainly focuses on business and economics. It is printed on salmon pink paper since May 2009, following the example of its colleagues Financial Times, Het Financieele Dagblad, FT Deutschland and many more.
De Tijd is a typical financial daily, covering economy and business, financial markets and national and international politics. It is the main information source for Belgian managers (CIM-survey 2009). It is published from Tuesday to Saturday with no Sunday or Monday edition. The weekend edition is enriched with two magazines: Netto, on personal finance, and Sabato on lifestyle.
According to the Centrum voor Informatie over de Media (nl), (CIM) De Tijd had a total paid for distribution of 37.031 copies at the end of 2011. It reaches 123.300 readers every day. De Tijd has an average market share of 6,4% in Flanders. The newspaper has been investing in multimedia projects since 2007. The website of De Tijd now reaches about 150.000 unique visitors a day. The website has a (frequency based) paid for model since May of 2010. The newspaper is also available via mobile, it has apps for both iPad and iPhone and a html-based app for other tablets.
- Het Lijfblad van de Manager (1968–1996).
- Voor kennis van Zaken (1996–2002).
- Uit op Inzicht (2002–2003).
- De Essentie (2003–2006).
- Voor kennis van Zaken (2006–2007).
- Tel mee (2008-2010)
- Voor belangrijke zaken neemt u De Tijd (since 2010)
De Tijd was established and financially supported by the Vlaams Economisch Verbond. In 2005, two major Belgian media conglomerates, the Flemish De Persgroep (a.o. Het Laatste Nieuws and De Morgen) and the Walloon Rossel (a.o. Le Soir) purchased Uitgeversbedrijf Tijd, the mother company of De Tijd and Editeco, the publishing company of L'Echo, the French counterpart. Both newspapers were integrated in the newly established Mediafin, in which De Persgroep and Rossel each hold a stake of 50 percent. Both newspapers stayed independent, but they work in the same building at the historical site of Tour & Taxis (nl) in Brussels since the merger. The current editor-in-chief of De Tijd is Isabel Albers. Frederik Delaplace is editorial director of Mediafin.
- cim.be (Dutch), (French)
- Official website
- Newspapers in the class room (Dutch)
- Netto magazine
- Belegger magazine
- Sabato magazine