Financial Times Trial Subscription

The Library has organized a trial subscription to the Financial Times newspaper. The Financial Times is one of the world's leading business news and information organisations. With over 600 journalists around the world,  the FT validates and distills information from hundreds of sources to deliver news and analysis on global business, finance and politics.

This trial will give FAO staff members access to:

  • Comprehensive coverage of the political, economic and social forces shaping world business
  • Up-to-date reports on industry sectors, customers and competition
  • Breaking stories and news from the global financial markets
  • FT special reports
  • FT blogs written by top FT journalists

You have a choice of modes for accessing the newspaper:
FT Standard Electronic Edition
FT ePaper— an exact digital replica of the printed newspaper
FT iPad/iPhone app

To access the trial: go to www.ft.com

When you click on an article, a popup window will open.  You will be prompted to sign in with your FT username and password, if you already have one, and you will be prompted to create a logon if you don't.

This trial lasts until 15 May, 2013.  Please contact fao-library-reference@fao.org with any questions or comments about it.

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