Magazines such as “The Economist” and “Business Week” to name a few probably purchase economic information from countries in order to bring their readers breaking news stories. In todays world of globalization and information being sent at high speeds through many different mediums of communication, it is difficult to determine what is actually bought and what is found out for free (“common knowledge”). However, since their is a market for this type of information, magazines such as the ones I mentioned before are proof that some people are willing to pay for information on economic factors for different countries.
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