What happened to Forbes’ plans to launch a Spanish-language edition?

A year and half after Forbes announced its plans of publishing a magazine for the Spanish-speaking world, there is still no such product.

However, there are journalists working on the project, being led by journalist Sonia Franco. No date has been announced for the launch, though there are plans to expand the editorial team..

The Madrid-based newsroom was supposed to produce content about business and finance in Spain and Latin America and translate and adapt Forbes U.S. and European and Asian edition for Spanish–speaking audiences. The new publication was supposed to be distributed in Spain, Latin America and the U.S. Hispanic market.

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