|Founded||1 February 1968|
|Ceased publication||30 July 2005|
History and profile
A Capital had a populist stance. Before the Carnation revolution the paper was owned by different companies, including the Banco Espírito e Comercial de Lisboa, CUF, Tabaqueira and Sorel. The paper was nationalized following the revolution.
A Capital ceased publication on 30 July 2005.
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