Correction: Singapore’s Independence

Singapore gained independence from Britain in 1963, not 1965 as incorrectly stated in an article on 27th November

Correction: International Sugar Organisation

The International Sugar Organisation is an intergovernmental organisation and not an industry body

Correction: First Utility, not First Energy

First Utility, the gas and electricity supplier, was wrongly referred to as First Energy in an article on November 10

Correction: Takehiko Nakao’s statement

FT incorrectly stated that Takehiko Nakao, president of the Asian Development Bank, did not welcome the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

Correction: Jörg Wuttke’s photograph

In the Doing Business in China special report, a photograph of Jean-Claude Juncker was incorrectly identified as guest columnist Jörg Wuttke

Correction: Royal Mail chief executive’s name

The former chief executive of Royal Mail is Adam Crozier, not Alan Crozier

Correction: Société Générale ratio

The ratio of Société Générale’s market capitalisation to total assets is 2.3 per cent on assets of €1,322bn

Correction: Austria’s nuclear power plant

An article in the European Energy special report suggested suggested there was a working nuclear power plant in Austria

Correction: Marine Eugene

In the Corporate Aviation special report, Marine Eugene was incorrectly identified as working for Textron

Correction: Simon Schama on Rembrandt’s late works

The ‘comparably confident self- portrait that is later than the Frick Collection’s 1658 example comes from the National Gallery in Washington, not the Metropolitan Museum

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