La Gaceta (Spain)

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La Gaceta
(La Gaceta de los Negocios)
Type Daily newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Grupo Intereconomia
Founder(s) Jose Antonio Martinez Soler
Founded 1989, as La Gaceta de los Negocios
Political alignment Right-wing[1]Conservative, Economic liberal
Language Spanish
Headquarters Paseo de la Castellana 36-38, 28046 Madrid
Circulation 43,771[2]

La Gaceta (Spanish for "The Gazette", full name La Gaceta de los Negocios, "The Business Gazette") is a newspaper belonging to the Intereconomia Group which is conservative and supportive of market liberalism.

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La Gaceta once belonged to Negocios de Ediciones y Publicaciones SL group until August 2009 when it was bought by Intereconomia Group. Its headquarters is in Madrid and it has branches in Barcelona, Bilbao, Valencia, and Valladolid.

Conservative and economically liberal, La Gaceta positions itself as the leading representative of Spanish conservatism and traditionalism and regards other centre-right newspapers as left-leaning, especially El Mundo. It has taken strong stances against abortion and same-sex marriage and has heavily criticized the Socialist government of 2004-2011.

On 21 October 2009, the newspaper was relaunched nationally under the name La Gaceta. It sold out in its first day, selling 100,000 copies.[3]

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