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Skånska Dagbladet was established in 1888. The headquarters is in Malmö. The Skånska Dagbladet AB is the publisher. The paper had four pages with six columns each during the initial period. At the beginning of the twentieth century its circulation expanded, being one-twentieth of the entire Swedish daily newspaper circulation. In the first quarter of the century the paper was acquired by the Agrarian Party.
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