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The first edition was published in 1959. The newspaper's circulation peaked at over 100,000 copies per day in 1980, making it Yugoslavia's most sold daily after the Belgrade newspaper Politika. Following the collapse of Yugoslavia Delo was able to maintain its pioneer status in the print media sector and even consolidate its position after gradual privatisation. Delo shares have been traded on the stock exchange since 1999. Delo has the highest circulation of all the serious dailies in Slovenia - but at the same time since 2005 it has seen the most dramatic drop in sales of all the Slovenian dailies.

Medium: daily
Political orientation: Left liberal, with close ties to the Social Democratic Party
Circulation: 55,000 (2009)
Frequency of publication: Monday to Saturday, Sunday edition Nedelo

Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Publisher: časopisno- in založnisško podjetje, d.d Delo (Newspaper and publishing group Delo, AG)
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1959

Dunajska 5
SI-1509 Ljubljana
Phone: 00386 (0)1 473 74 17
E-Mail: urednistvo@delo.si
Internet: http://www.delo.si

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

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1.  Delo - Slovenia | 26/02/2015

Mario Belović on why we learn nothing about the TTIP

Despite ongoing criticism details about the TTIP transatlantic free trade agreement between the EU and the US have yet to be made public, Mario Belović ... » more

2.  Delo - Slovenia | 25/02/2015

Syriza could whet Greeks' appetite for reforms

Athens' fierce resistance in the negotiations over new bailout payments could also guarantee that the Greek government will be able to count on the people's ... » more

3.  Delo - Slovenia | 19/02/2015

Merkel overestimated her power in Ukraine conflict

German Chancellor Angela Merkel underestimated the importance of the US and Russia in the Ukraine conflict and overestimated her own, the left-liberal daily Delo suspects: ... » more

4.  Delo - Slovenia | 02/02/2015

Slovenia's central bank must allow investigation

Slovenia's central bank is refusing an audit of its business activities by the country's Court of Audit. The left-liberal daily Delo criticises the bank's attitude: ... » more

5.  Delo - Slovenia | 29/01/2015

Status quo keeps Kosovo in crisis

Around 2,000 people demonstrated against the government in Priština, the capital of Kosovo, on Tuesday, accusing it of being too compliant regarding their Serbian neighbours. ... » more

6.  Delo - Slovenia | 20/01/2015

Inequality dangerous but growing nonetheless

The participants at the World Economic Forum in Davos won't campaign for a fairer world, the left-liberal daily Delo comments, and points out that this ... » more

7.  Delo - Slovenia | 06/01/2015

Real strategy lacking in economic policy

The economic crises of the recent years should have led to a clear course on the basic economic policy issues, the left-liberal daily Delo writes. ... » more

8.  Delo - Slovenia | 02/01/2015

Iraq is a warning for Afghan pullout

Nato ended its military mission in Afghanistan on December 31. 12,000 soldiers are now to remain stationed in the country to train and support the ... » more

9.  Delo - Slovenia | 19/12/2014

Juncker's investment plan very hazy

The EU's heads of government approved European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker's investment programme at their summit on Thursday. The left-liberal daily Delo is very dubious ... » more

10.  Delo - Slovenia | 05/11/2014

Learn from the mistakes of Paris and Rome

According to the European Commission's autumn forecast, Slovenia will register economic growth of 2.4 percent this year and 1.7 percent in 2015. The country should ... » more

 

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