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Dziennik Gazeta Prawna



The Axel Springer group founded the daily newspaper Dzeinnik in 2006. Despite investing heavily in the publication the group was unable to oust market leader Gazeta Wyborcza from its dominant position. In 2009 Springer discontinued the publication of Dziennik and in cooperation with Polish publisher INFOR launched a new paper that combines the liberal conservative tendencies of Dziennik and the business expertise of the old Gazeta Prawna.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Liberal-conservative
Circulation: 67,000 (2013)
Frequency of publication: Monday to Friday
Online payment model: Some content subject to a charge

Location: Warsaw, Poland
Publisher: Infor Biznes Sp. z o.o.
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 2009

ul.Okopowa 58/72,  01-042 Warszawa
Phone: 0048 22 530 40 40
E-Mail: gp@infor.pl
Internet: http://www.dziennik.pl/
Twitter: @Gazeta_Prawna

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3 articles from this medium have been cited in the European press review by euro|topics.


1.  Dziennik Gazeta Prawna - Poland | Monday, December 21, 2015

Nato raid a false report

According to reports in the German media the Polish military police raided a Nato counter-espionage centre on Thursday night and took over its management. The journalists should get their facts straight, the conservative daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna admonishes: "This office that has only recently opened is not a counter-espionage centre for uncovering Russian agents. It is a training centre. Nor is the institution accredited as a Nato facility. There are 23 such institutions carrying out similar tasks. That means they are supposed to coordinate civilian and military affairs within Nato and introduce measures for stabilising them. Another such centre is located in [the northern Polish city] Bydgoszcz. They are only supposed to keep the organisation's operations running. Moreover Nato still hasn't even confirmed that the military policy raided the office at all."

2.  Dziennik Gazeta Prawna - Poland | Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Consumption stimulates Polish economy

The Polish GDP saw second-quarter year on year growth of 3.5 percent, far exceeding economists' forecasts. Chief economist of the Polish BRE Bank Ryszard Petru expresses his delight in the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna: "The real surprise concerning the figures published on Monday was the strong private consumption in the second quarter. Certainly, the sole growth trend in consumption was only to be expected, but the extent of the growth was just as unexpected. The last time real consumption growth lay at around three percent was in the first quarter of 2009, at the beginning of the crisis in Poland. Investments have been weak, but that was to be expected. The public sector continues to be the real growth motor for investment projects in Poland - with road, motorway and stadia construction."

3.  Dziennik Gazeta Prawna - Poland | Thursday, February 19, 2009

Conversion to the euro is a first important step

Sociologist Jadwiga Staniszkis comments in the daily Dziennik on the plans of the Polish government to introduce the euro. She believes this would be a step in the right direction in the present crisis: "Although the state of the Polish economy is worrying there's no need to sound the alarm yet. I believe that the cautious deliberations of the government on bringing the European currency directly onto the market are a first step in the right direction in the present situation. It is sufficiently cautious and not driven by panic. The commentaries in the West that deal with the situation in Poland differ in tone: The Economist has stressed that the crisis is not being caused by our economy but is connected to external factors. And moreover we are not receiving the support of international banks that behave unfairly in matters of loans. They apply different standards which in our case are much more rigorous."

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