In recent months, a spate of news articles has been published in Greece, which, for a number of reasons, is the most expensive country in Europe for reading the papers.
These include the following, in alphabetical order: Greek newspapers with the most shares of Greek language content: The Economist, The Guardian, The Financial Times, The Economist Live, La Repubblica, The Sunday Times, Kathimerini, El País, La Stampa, Kathirina Blavatsky, El Mundo, La Nacion, La Vanguardia, L’Espresso, La Revista, LEL, Le Monde, La Vie, LEN, La Opinion, La Tribune, Lidija Kavlička, Lietuvos Financas, Litos, The Times of London, The New York Times, New York Post, The Telegraph, The Wall Street Journal, The Daily Telegraph, El Pueblo, The Star, The Greek, El Tiempo, El Nuevo Herald, El Periodico, El Universal, El Yacatela, El Larguero, El Mismo, El Stato, El Tempo, ELBA, El Periódico, Euskaltel, Esquire, Esztergom, Esso, Etrat, Fadiga, Fortune, Fortune Global Media, Gannett, GQ, Glamour, Forbes, Gizmodo, Giga, Gossip Girl, Gourmet, GSN, H&M, Hagerty, Harper’s Bazaar, Huffington Post, Hype, Hunter, Independent, Independent.co.uk, Independent Media Group, Independent Newspapers, Independent Sports, Independent UK, Independent World, Infowars, International Business Times, Jackson Browne, Joanna Newsom, Jones & Mack, Joao Pereira, Kaleidoscope, Keystone Media, Kelly & Johnson, KPMG, Kroger, L& ;amp; M, LexisNexis, Land Rover, Landcorp, Life & Arts, Lifestyles, London, Living Planet, Lux, Mackenzie, Mackinac Center, Metro, Myer, Nike, Nine, National Geographic, Nat Geo, National Football League, NERD, New Scientist, New Yorker, Newsday, NPR, The Oregonian, NPR News, Page Six, Planet Money, Prada, Primo, Pampas, Quanta Magazine, Radiolab, Redbook, RadioTimes, Red Sox, RT, The National, The Ringer, Rupert Murdoch, Rhapsody in Blue, Rachael Ray, Rupert Shepherd, Rupert Sheldrake, RIAA, Rio Tinto, Rock, Rolling Stone, Rolling Rock, Royal Mail, Scripps Networks Interactive, Scholastic, Scuba, Sysco, Star, Star Search, Sploid, The Sporting News, The Sun, The Verge, The World, UK, WENN, The American, The Atlantic, The Business, The Hill, The Week, The Weekly Standard, The W, The Weather Channel, The Washington Post, Vogue, Wall Street Review, Wired, YouGov, and the Independent, according to Reuters.
The Economist’s shares of the country’s English language content increased by 2.1% over the past 12 months, while the Guardian increased by 3.2%.
The Financial Press Association reported a 5% gain in its English-language shares of total English content, to 1.6%.
El Pais reported a 6.4% gain, to 5.6%, with the Economist gaining by 2% to 8.1%.
The Sunday Guardian, which covers France and the United Kingdom, gained 5.1%, with La Republikas Financases, which publishes in Greece and Cyprus, reporting a 6% increase in English content.
The El Mundódista reported a 10% increase, to 4.6% in English- and Spanish-language content.
As reported by Bloomberg, the Associated Press reported a 3.5% increase to 6.9%.
The Economist also reported a 4.9% increase over the last 12 months in English language and 5.5%.
The Daily Mail reported a 2.5%, to 7.4%.
The Independent reported a 1.5-percent increase to 7%.
Le Mondo reported a 7.7%, to 5%.
The Wall Streets Journal reported a 0.9%, to 1%.
Forbes reported a gain of 2.2%, to 2.6.
The Independent published a 5.9-percent rise to 7% in its Greek language and English content last year.