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The Economist is one of the few truly global magazines for politics and business. In 2014 it had more than five million readers, a number that is set to increase. There are separate editions for Britain, North America, continental Europe and the Asia-Pacific. Articles are published anonymously.

Medium: weekly
Political orientation: Liberal
Circulation: 1,500,000 (2014)
Frequency of publication: Weekly on Saturdays
Visits per month: 5.000.000 - 10.000.000
Online payment model: Some content subject to a charge

Location: London, United Kingdom
Publisher: The Economist Group
Area of distribution: Nationwide
Established: 1843

25 St James's Street, London, SW1A 1HG
Phone: 0044 20 7830 7000
Twitter: @TheEconomist

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1.  The Economist - United Kingdom | 17/12/2015

Ciudadanos should govern with conservatives

The best outcome of Spain's parliamentary elections would be a centre-right government with the participation of the liberal protest party Ciudadanos, the liberal weekly magazine ... » more

2.  The Economist - United Kingdom | 26/11/2015

Develop energy technologies of tomorrow today

Now is the time to increase spending on developing new technologies for climate protection, the liberal business weekly The Economist stresses: "Generous subsidies perpetuate today's ... » more

3.  The Economist - United Kingdom | 25/09/2014

Obama must demonstrate staying power

US President Obama's decision to form a broad alliance to fight the IS terrorists militarily and with diplomacy is right, writes the liberal business weekly ... » more

4.  The Economist - United Kingdom | 13/03/2014

Britain needs the EU referendum

The head of the opposition Labour Party, Ed Miliband, announced on Wednesday that he would only seek a referendum on Britain exiting the EU if ... » more

5.  The Economist - United Kingdom | 24/08/2013

US's credibility at stake

A year ago US President Barack Obama warned that the US would intervene in Syria if chemical weapons were used there. He must keep his ... » more

6.  The Economist - United Kingdom | 09/04/2013

Court ruling puts bailout programme at risk

The decision by the Constitutional Court threatens to toss a wrench in the works of the Portuguese bailout programme, writes the blogger Charlemagne in the ... » more

7.  The Economist - United Kingdom | 11/03/2013

Roman Curia a battleground

The conclave at which the cardinals will elect Pope Benedict XVI's successor begins on Tuesday in Rome. The liberal magazine The Economist explains that "the ... » more

8.  The Economist - United Kingdom | 01/01/2013

Just short-term relief

The looming fiscal cliff has been avoided through a compromise, but the deal has serious shortcomings, the liberal magazine The Economist writes: "The deal lifts ... » more

9.  The Economist - United Kingdom | 19/12/2012

Obama circumnavigates the fiscal cliff

President Barack Obama proposed a compromise solution on the wealth tax to the Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner on Tuesday. It seems the ... » more

10.  The Economist - United Kingdom | 15/11/2012

France's procrastinating is dangerous

Although France's economy unexpectedly grew by 0.2 percent in the last quarter, the liberal business magazine The Economist expresses concern about the country, where President ... » more


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