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The Economist: More relevant than ever before

Earn miles with a subscription to The Economist: This British weekly magazine has been helping globally curious citizens make sense of the world since 1843. There is no other global newspaper with a heritage like that. The Economist gives its readers an independent and trustworthy perspective on what’s happening in the world. Subscribe to The Economist today and earn up to 4,000 miles.

Earn miles with a subscription to The Economist: This British weekly magazine has been helping globally curious citizens make sense of the world since 1843. There is no other global newspaper with a heritage like that. The Economist gives its readers an independent and trustworthy perspective on what’s happening in the world. Subscribe to The Economist today and earn up to 4,000 miles.

The Economist: Keeping ahead of the curve starts here.

From Berlin to Beijing The Economist covers the world and offers a truly global perspective. The subjects The Economist covers are topical and timeless including sections dedicated to international and regional news, business and economics, as well as science and technology. So whether you flick through the headlines, or make a day of it, you’ll discover something new about the world with every issue.

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Politics

Governance

Finance

Sociology

Technology and Culture

The Economist is available in a print and digital package or as a digital only edition. With a subscription to the print and digital option, Miles & More members not only receive 51 issues conveniently delivered to their home or office and full access to the various digital offers, but also 4,000 miles. The digital only option gives them 3,000 miles.

 

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The Economist: The world, covered

The first edition of The Economist was published on 2 September 1843. Since then it has maintained a fiercely independent editorial stance, believing in the freedom of the individual, the freedom of markets and the free exchange of knowledge and ideas. Those who subscribe to The Economist join a community of people who want a richer perspective on global affairs; including many of the world’s political and business leaders. The world is a vast and complex place. Even when it is carefully condensed by their journalists, there is still a lot to take in. What matters is that you care enough about the world to want to understand it better.