THE SUN NEVER SETS ON FORBES

A roundup of our brand’s in­ter­na­tional edi­tions.

Forbes - - CON­TENTS -

Forbes may have been cover­ing the world of busi­ness since 1917, but for most of the magazine’s early his­tory its fo­cus was the United States. Amer­i­can cap­i­tal­ism, of course, is a pow­er­ful, ir­re­sistible ex­port, and in 1990, Forbes launched a co-branded magazine in Ger­many called !Forbes von Burda. (And, yes, there was an ex­cla­ma­tion point be­fore the name.) In 1992, the first of­fi­cial in­ter­na­tional edi­tion of Forbes de­buted in Ja­pan, and 25 years later, there are 38 edi­tions of Forbes in 68 coun­tries (most re­cently in Italy) and 27 lan­guages. The ex­pan­sion has con­tin­ued dig­i­tally as well—the first for­eign-lan­guage web­site launched last year in France. Al­to­gether, the world of Forbes stands as a sym­bol for what Adam Smith fore­saw (in 1776, no less)—the wealth of na­tions.

Mid­dle East (English) 25,000

Mid­dle East (Ara­bic) 25,000

Africa Cir­cu­la­tion: 35,000

Do­mini­can Repub­lic 15,000

Cen­tral Amer­ica 50,000

Kaza­khstan 10,000

Ar­gentina 7,500

In­done­sia 20,000

Mon­go­lia 3,000

Ro­ma­nia 8,000

Hun­gary 13,000

Por­tu­gal 8,000

Thai­land 40,000

Viet­nam 25,000

Bul­garia 11,000

Slo­vakia 18,000

China 100,000

Ge­or­gia 1,500

Afrique 25,000

Aus­tria 30,000

Fin­land 15,000

Es­to­nia 16,000

Rus­sia 90,000

Ja­pan 80,000

An­gola 7,500

In­dia 50,000

Poland 50,000

Is­rael 20,000

Latvia 20,000

Brazil 30,000

Mex­ico 45,000

Czech 28,000

Greece 25,000

Korea 53,000

Spain 33,000

Tur­key 10,000

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