Correction: Medically approved ecigarette

In an article on December 4 it was claimed that a company previously owned by David Newns had developed the world’s first medically approved ecigarette

Correction: Carmen Segarra

Carmen Segarra was fired by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in 2012 and released taped conversations in 2014

Hope that the tide will turn for children living with HIV

From Philippe Douste-Blazy. Sir, It is indeed good news that access to HIV treatment has significantly increased in recent years

Correction: US oil imports

The US remains a net oil importer

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

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