|Owner(s)||Zöld Újság Zrt.|
History and profile
The daily is called "the green newspaper" since it is published on green paper. During the communist era in Hungary it was the first newspaper which was allowed direct access to Western news agencies. Its sister publication is Heti, a weekly founded in 1979.
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- Official website (Hungarian)
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