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David Butler, managing director of Food Concepts, which owns Chicken Republic, said the company "buys 100% of its chicken, rice, herbs and spices and produce directly from local Nigerian farmers and suppliers" and "at times, demand for our meals has outstripped the supply of local chicken, hence our shortages" in late 2019. The company is committed to "working with local partners, suppliers and people who share our passion to serve Nigerian consumers," he said. A Page One article on Dec. 12 about a shortage of chicken in Nigeria didn't contain comment from Food Concepts. Also, Deji Akinyanju, the founder of Chicken Republic, stepped down from the board in 2017 and is no longer affiliated with the company. The article failed to mention that he isn't involved at the company.
RWE AG will close a 300-megawatt block of a coal-fired power plant at the end of 2020. A World News article Friday about the utility's plans as Germany phases out coal incorrectly said 300-kilowatt.
The S&P 500 ended a quiet stretch without a 1% move in either direction on Oct. 13, 1993. Two charts with a Business & Finance article Friday about the stock market incorrectly said that streak ended Oct. 10, 1993.
General Motors Co. is the second-largest foreign auto maker in China by sales. In some editions Friday, a Business & Finance article about Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV's electric-vehicle plans incorrectly said GM is the second-largest auto maker in China by sales. The same error appeared in a Jan. 8 Page One article about GM's sales decline in China.
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