About Cambio magazine subscription
Cambio Magazine is a leading publication published in Spain that covers the political and economic scene. The weekly magazine which is published in Spanish presents a liberal point of view on current affairs. The magazine was first published in 1971 and is credited with a liberal democratic voice during the changeover from the Francisco Franco dictatorship to democracy. During that tumultuous time the magazine was suspended several times and did not receive official sanction until 1978 when Spain formed its new constitution.
Editorial leadership of Cambio 16 began with Juan Tomas de Salas who was followed by Jose Oneto who oversaw the publication until 1986. Gorka Landaburu became the editor in 2003 and continues in this position.
Read Cambio 16 to be informed on subjects like the political scene and the economy. Known for its investigative reporting, Cambio 16 Magazine keeps the focus on policy and international affairs. A recent article reports on the arrests of two Al Qaeda operatives by the National Police in Spain. Recent economic news in Cambio 16 gives the details of an optimistic appraisal by Christine Lagard from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on the efforts being undertaken by Spain to deal with the economy. The IMF’s decision not to undertake any more cuts in Spain is in reaction to the deficit reductions and Spain’s restructuring targeted at getting the economy moving again.
There is also news in Cambia 16 on important economic sectors like tourism in Spain which is looking to expand into new markets in an effort to let people know that there is more to Spain than just sun and sand. You will also find features on sports and articles on lifestyle issues including entertainment news, music, technology and science. A subscription to Cambia 16 brings Spain and its news to you.
THIS MAGAZINE IS WRITTEN IN SPANISH