El Comercio (Ecuador)

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El Comercio
El Comercio (Ecuador) logo.png
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Grupo El Comercio C. A.
Editor Fernando Larenas
Editor-in-chief Hernan Ramos
Founded 1906
Political alignment Center-right
Language Spanish
Headquarters Avenida Pedro Vicente Maldonado 11515. Quito, Ecuador
Circulation 68.000 Daily
152.000 Sunday
Website El Comercio

El Comercio is a daily Ecuadorian newspaper in Quito. It covers news from inside and outside the country, although its focus is primarily on the former, especially on Quito, Guayaquil and occasionally Cuenca. It competes against El Universo for the largest print distribution in Ecuador.

The paper was founded on January 1, 1906 in Quito, Ecuador by Celiano Monge and brothers César Mantilla Jácome and Carlos Mantilla Jácome. The paper has remained in the Mantilla family, and currently, the President of the newspaper is Jorge Fabrizio Acquaviva Mantilla, and the Publisher is Guadalupe Mantilla de Acquaviva.

The main sections and supplements are Politics, Opinion, Law, Business, Sports, Quito, Ecuador, World, Society, Culture, Family, Education, Blogs, among others.

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