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A British Magazine founded in 1848. It is a weekly that provides it's readers news of World Politics, recent advances in science, ect. It is set up in 16 parts, The World this Week, Leaders, Letters, Briefing of a major topic, United States, The Americas, Asia, Middle East and Africa, Europe, Britain, International, Business, Finance and Economics, another briefing,science and Technology, Books and Arts, Economic and Financial Indicators, and Obituary. Every once and a while there is also a 14 to 18 page section on a specific topic, and quarterly some articles from a sister magazine, Intelligent Life.
Many Political and Economic leaders read The Economist Magazine.
by Dasichferbotten October 31, 2011
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