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The Baltic Times is the only pan-Baltic English language newspaper. Published monthly, the newspaper is a respected source of news for those interested in comprehensive, timely and unbiased information about political, social, business, and cultural news in the Baltic states.

The Baltic Times has regular sections of news, business, finance, "Out & About" (entertainment), opinion, and classified ad sections (Real Estate Marketplace and Jobs). In addition, the paper features supplements on various business-related topics.


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Our main readership is concentrated in the Baltic Sea region and Northern and Central Europe. The Baltic Times readers number approximately 150,000 (print and online versions).

Our surveys have shown that The Baltic Times readers are well-educated, mobile, and relatively affluent. Thirty percent work in business, 30 percent in education, 13 percent in government with 27 percent in science, art and healthcare. About 70 percent of our readers have a university education, and 50 percent earn under $25,000 per annum, while 28 percent earn between $25,000 - $50,000.

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The Baltic Times reach is not restricted to the Baltic region. Sales, subscriptions and target distributions have spread the publication out to some 40 countries worldwide.

Moreover, the paper is subscribed to by governments and European Union-related institutions throughout Europe, as well as foreign embassies, banks, international companies and organizations, information centers, universities and individuals all over the world. The Baltic Times is read by expatriates and international businessmen living and working in the Baltics, local professionals, English-language students, tourists and foreign visitors.

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