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28 May 2015 04:34

Ukraine creates world's largest newspaper

KYIV, October 23 /UKRINFORM/. The world's biggest newspaper has been presented on the Independence Square in Kyiv on Saturday. The newspaper 'All About Accounting', which set a world record, is 3.20 meters high and 2.26 meters wide, and in expanded form - 3.20 to 4.52 meters, which is ten times higher than the current format of the newspaper. The newspaper-record-breaker has eight pages and contains the latest information on accounting and tax accounting.

Newspaper chief editor Petro Krychun said: "By creating the greatest newspaper in the world, we would once again like to show everyone that there is such a state - Ukraine - with a glorious history, customs, people and great achievements. And to convey to everyone that in our country intellectuals and professionals perhaps play the most important role - the accountants of Ukraine".

According to representative of the Book of Records of Ukraine Ihor Pidchybiy, this record is fixed as the world one that has already been confirmed by members of special expert commission.

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