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Nine O' Clock

Nine O'Clock
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Type Daily newspaper
Publisher Radu Bogdan
Editor Gabriela Bogdan
Founded 1991 (1991)
Headquarters 129 Mihai Eminescu, 2nd district, Bucharest, Romania
Official website nineoclock.ro

Nine O'Clock is a Romanian English-language newspaper. Founded in 1991, it consisted only of 4 pages when it was launched, but has since then grown significantly in size and influence. Its main target audience is foreign residents, businessmen living in Romania and English-speaking Romanians.

The newspaper consists mainly of sections related to politics, business, sports, culture, Romania-related news and weather.

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  • Nine O'Clock Online Newspaper
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