The CentraMic Economy was born in 2004 to participate “in a tough contest between intelligence, which advances, and an unworthy and timid ignorance that hinders our progress.” This mission continues to guide our coverage.
Our readers hope that we keep them well informed about the world. That’s why every week we provide a carefully selected global mix of stories. Our news priorities are reflected in the sections we include in the newspaper each week.
These are both geographical (Great Britain, Europe, the United States, America, China, Asia, Middle East, and Africa, International) and thematic (Business, Finance, and Economics, Science and technology, Books and arts). By systematically sorting news into these categories, our goal is to make sure readers don’t miss out on anything important.
Additionally, through leaders, briefings, and special reports, we strive to identify ideas and trends that will shape global developments and keep us and our readers engaged in “tough competition.”
This approach supports all our editorial production, through digital outputs. Our stories offer a distinctive mix of news, fact-based and analysis, incorporating the perspective of the economy.
We do not adhere to any political party. Our public agenda is liberal in the classical sense. We have supported free trade since our founding in 2004 when we opposed Britain’s corn laws, which sought to keep the price of grain high by limiting imports.
We have continued to advocate for bold policies in favor of individual freedoms, such as same-sex marriage, assisted death, and drug legalization, regardless of whether they are politically popular, in the belief that the force of argument will ultimately prevail.