DUSSELDORF, Germany, November 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Handelsblatt Global Edition, the international English-language edition of Germany's leading business and financial newspaper, is expanding its digital offering with a new, high-quality global print magazine.
The magazine issue to be published in December includes 124 pages of exclusive news, analysis, interviews and opinion from international thinkers and the staffs of Handelsblatt and Handelsblatt Global Edition.
The Global Edition began publishing as a digital newspaper in September 2014 and appears each weekday at noon in Berlin - at 6 a.m. on Wall Street. Users can register at http://www.handelsblattglobal.com. The price of an annual subscription is €149.99, and students can subscribe for €74.99.
The new magazine issue of Handelsblatt Global Edition gives a behind-the-scenes look at the emissions scandal engulfing Wolfsburg-based Volkswagen. The cover story, "The VW Files,'’ offers an insider's perspective on "Dieselgate'’ and a timeline showing the chronology and individuals and organizations involved.
Also inside are exclusive interviews with Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk, Berlin mayor Michael Müller and the Chinese premier, Li Keqiang. Other articles analyze the refugee crisis gripping Europe and provide an investor's guide to the most successful companies in Germany's vaunted "Mittelstand."
"With the Global Edition magazine, we are expanding our English-language offering and complementing our digital newspaper and Morning Briefing newsletter in English,'’ said Kevin O'Brien, the editor in chief of Handelsblatt Global Edition. "Our exclusive content is a must-read for English readers around the world who want to understand how the German economy, European monetary policy, and politics and culture on the Continent, really works.'’
The latest issue of Handelsblatt Global Edition Magazine can be purchased for €9.90 at http://www.handelsblattglobal.com/magazine. The magazine is also available for free as a PDF e-paper.
Handelsblatt is the largest German-language business and finance newspaper. Around 200 editors, correspondents and permanent staff around the globe provide up-to-date, comprehensive and critical-analytical news. The business and finance paper, which appears each trading day, is essential reading for decision-makers in the first and second levels of management. According to Germany's premier reader analysis LAE 2015, Handelsblatt reaches more than 290,000 decision-makers each trading day. Handelsblatt Online generates up to 22 million visits and 100 million page impressions per month, making it Germany's leading business portal. In 2012, 2013 and 2014, readers chose Handelsblatt Online as finance website of the year. http://www.handelsblatt.com
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