‘L’Echo’ is the French language counterpart of De Tijd and has been the authoritative newspaper for Belgian captains of industry, business leaders and executives for 130 years.
Just like its Flemish counterpart De Tijd, L’Echo is printed on pink paper. Following the example of its international big brother the Financial Times. It is not the colour that is important, but the message behind it. L’Echo is and remains the absolute authority for business people in French-speaking Belgium. Focusing extensively on national and international economic affairs. With fascinating features on businesses and their leaders, and essential information about finance and management.
Because business is not just about figures, L’Echo invests a great deal of time and energy in in-depth journalism. With revealing analysis and key interviews. As well as a focus on innovation. Since 2010 readers of L’Echo have been able to download their newspaper onto their iPads.
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