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Tencent listed in Hong Kong in 2004, not 2014 as incorrectly stated in the Big Read on September 22
£57.50 per megawatt hour was the price of electricity guaranteed to offshore wind developers by the UK government, not the amount of state subsidy as incorrectly stated in an article on September 12
NBCUniversal does not have a stake in Vice Media
Same-sex marriage has been legal in South Africa for nearly 11 years and is not one of the countries yet to introduce it as incorrectly reported in the Big Read on September 15
China Fortune Land Development is a publicly listed company rather than a Chinese state-owned group, as incorrectly stated in an article on September 9
A chart showing new car sales data was for the month of August and not for the year until August as incorrectly stated in an FT Money article on September 9.
Drax is seeking to build the world’s biggest battery storage facility rather than the world’s biggest electricity storage facility
Heroin usage rates are measured per 1,000 people, rather than by percentage
Funding Circle is a small business lender and does not lend to consumers
The ILPA is set to publish guidelines on diversity in the venture capital sector at the end of this year rather than at the end of 2018
David Wing-Cheung Tang was the full name of the FT columnist, not David Donald Frederick Tang as incorrectly stated in his obituary on September 2. We apologise for the error.
Rockwell Collins is based in Iowa, not North Carolina as incorrectly stated in an article on August 30
Petrofac has issued three secondary offerings rather than primary ones as incorrectly stated in a Lex note on August 31.
The French bank closed three funds in August 2007
Her artwork ‘Ghost’ is not in her exhibition at Tate Britain
The editorial comment and letters page was not included in some editions of the newspaper on August 28. We apologise for the error
The yacht belongs to the Sainsbury family, not the Guinness family as incorrectly stated in an article on August 19/20
Francis Lee’s father’s farm is not in Soyland and was not used as a location for his film ‘God’s Own Country’ as incorrectly stated in an article on August 12/13
Xavier Niel created a start-up on France’s Minitel. He did not create Minitel as wrongly stated in an article on August 20
Ralph Topping retired in 2014 from the William Hill board
The Scottish National party does not have a majority in the Scottish parliament, as wrongly stated in an article in Life & Arts on August 12.
Last year average remuneration of FTSE100 chief executives fell £900,000 to £4.5m, following censure votes, not by £900m as wrongly stated in a Lex note on August 16
UniCredit has since strengthened its capital position
Drug microdosers use 10 microgrammes of LSD every three days, not 10 milligrammes as wrongly stated in an article in the Aug 12/13 FT Magazine
Microsoft is the company involved in creating a platform for digital identities, not McKinsey as incorrectly stated in Gillian Tett’s Aug 12/13 column