STOP PRESS: Clarification

Our editorial last week commented upon Thames Water’s decision to appoint an agency with wholly-owned international offices and affiliates so as to service its international requirements. We wish to make clear that our comment about Thames Water having ’outstripped the capability of ... Political Context’ was solely a reference to the agency’s lack of a geographic global network and in no way suggested that it lacked professional capability, nor the capability of advising in relation to global matters.

Our editorial last week commented upon Thames Water’s decision to

appoint an agency with wholly-owned international offices and affiliates

so as to service its international requirements. We wish to make clear

that our comment about Thames Water having ’outstripped the capability

of ... Political Context’ was solely a reference to the agency’s lack of

a geographic global network and in no way suggested that it lacked

professional capability, nor the capability of advising in relation to

global matters.



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