Corrections: Turkey and Charlemagne

In “The battle for Turkey’s future” (March 29th) we said Turkish GDP per head had tripled in real terms under AK rule. It tripled in nominal terms; but in real terms the rise was about 50%. In the Charlemagne column “Adrift over energy” (March 22nd) we misspelt the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda as Klapeida. Sorry.

Link to article: www.economist.com/news/europe/21600718-corrections-turkey-and-charlemagne?fsrc=rss|eur

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