August 13, 2007

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Paul Rossi, the North American publisher for the Economist, says Americans appreciate the British weekly’s “witty and irreverent style” and “they see our British perspective as refreshing. You only have to look at the success of other British media here — BBC, for example — to see that people are open to other views and styles.” RE BYLINES: Don’t expect to see them in the Economist any time soon.

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