L'Économiste

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L'Economiste
Type Daily newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Eco-Médias
Founder(s) Nassredine El Afrit
Marie-Thérèse Bourrut
Abdelmounaïm Dilami
Editor-in-chief Abdelmounaïm Dilami
Marie-Thérèse Bourrut
Founded 1991 (1991)
Political alignment Pro-government
Language French
Headquarters Casablanca
Circulation ~18,000 (2013)
(printed copies/day)
Sister newspapers Assabah
OCLC number 688340037
Official website www.leconomiste.com

L'Économiste is a francophone business news daily in Morocco. Its editorial stance is pro-government.

It is published by Ecomedias, a publishing company partially owned by king Mohammed VI as part of his holding Société Nationale d'Investissement and is currently edited by Abdelmounaim Dilami and his wife Marie-Thérèse Bourrut (alias Nadia Salah).

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L'Économiste is the sister publication of Arabic daily Assabah and both are owned by Eco-Medias.[1] The newspaper is specialized in economic and financial news.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Aziz Douai (2009). "In Democracy’s Shadow: The ‘New’ Independent Press and the Limits of Media Reform in Morocco". Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture 6 (1). Retrieved 21 January 2014. 

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