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Unformatted text preview: lll'l'Ul'll'tf-h- “hilly EII'I'IIUIIIIIUIIl-dlly' lllflllull' UI HIE-Ell Illfllulldlh II| lllfllluldhlulllly dllllflllL IUUlWfldI I1l dll plants. Raises the cost of standard materials by 50.50 and superior matelials by $1.00. Use of "Green" Footwear Materials No v DECISION ENTRIES — YEAR19 Corporate Citizenship Bales Forecast Plant Capacity f Upgrades Branded Production Branded Distribution Internet M arketin g Wh olesa Ie Marketing Celebrity Endorsements Private—La bel Dp erations Finance 3; Cash Flow Involves the use of recycled packaging materials to box each pair of athletic footwear at company use Of Recycled Bonny 1' Packaging distribution centers. Raises shoe packaging costs by $0.31 per pair. . . . . perdisuialimcemerand Involves investments to improve energy efficiency and using renewable energy Energy EfIiCIency Inlflatlves $ -rrion parsofpianthnaciy sources. Treated as capital investment depreciated at 5% peryear. . . . . Involves making pre-tax donations to charities .i charitable causes. Treated on the Chamble contnbutlons 5 1mm“ ' oquIBmIIIg M Income Statement as "Other Expense" {reduces pretax profits}. . . . Involves training for and development .I enforcement of a code of ethics. Increases administrative Eth'cs Training " Enforcement A" Employees ' expenses by $250k {Managers Only option) plus $150k per plant {All Employees option}. Workforce Diversity Program Involves initiatives to achieve and maintain workforce diversityr concerning age, sex, ethnicity, and pom-WEAR mugs-[m- REPORT other factors. Entails additional administrative expense of $500k for testing, screening, and hiring. Page 1 {Scoreboard} Page 2 {EP5, eoE, Stock Pride]- Page 3 [firedil Rating, Image. csnci Page 3'] {Bonus Poi'itAvvards} Page 4 {Dveniem Plant Capacity} Page 5 (Financial Summary} Page 5 {Performance Benchmairs} Page T (Gelehilies, Price Trends]- Projected Expenditures for Social Responsibility and Citizenship in Year 19 TWW $31,415 mm $2.31 Andromeda CSRC Efforts * Corporate Social Responsibility * Award for Year13 Empire Shoes 12rd Z'Iace = .-"-"-."IIjI'-III ::.-::Ia Y14 1'l"15 1'l"16~ Use of "Green" Footwear Materials Use of Recycled Boxing f Packaging rI-nllnr-rrrn u- ILI'I'I-I I IrI-l-au-nl- ru-n Energyr Efficiency Initiatives {some} Industry 2 CSRC Expenditures Charitable Contributions {soups} Year 1? Year “IE Ethics Training Manage“ Dnlyr Thousands of 5 — High 5,?30 3,949 and Enforcement All Employees Average 2,935 1,5IJI] LOW El El '5 Per Pair Sold — High 1.09 [1.3K] Overall _—Thousands of 5 Average [1.44 [1.14 EXP-“dilute 5 Per Pair Sold Low III-DU 0-00 Projected Year 19 Performance Investor moring Hearst-as Yea: 1s Expect. Earnings Per Share $11.15 $123 steam on Emily zany. 15m; credit Raing tome Rainy Workforce Diversity Program Sludent Decisions 3: Reports Program, villi .91 @ GLD-BLIS Software, Inc. 2015 Privacy Policy 5 Tens of Use m on so no 0 1vercmica Montenegro Hidalgo E g are as. new Affecting P” ' ° ”mixing corn etit'lve DECISION ENTRIES — YEAR 19 Internet Marketing ol'the Wholesale lntEnsit'y Corporate Citizenship 53155 Efiort lnd..lt.vg. Sales _ SEIES Forecast Retail Price (sip-air} 5123 Wholesale Price tapas} Plant Capacity l‘Upgrades Branded Production Models Dflered 5"“ Rating (DID 195-136} Branded oistn'bution Free Shipping Models Available Internet l'lll arketin g Advertising Budget {33005) Wholesale Marketing Rebate DFfer too—51o per pain Celebrity Endorsements Private—La bel lDperations Retail Outlets {number ufilizied} Finance a Cash Flow In Year 19 the Intemet Market will account for 14% of total branded footwear demand. 3291 Retailer Support {e per outlet} FDD'I'WEAR llll DU STRY RE PClRT Page 1 {Scoreboard} Page 2 {EP5, FtoE, Stock Price]- Page 3 (Credil Rating, Image. csnci Page 3b {Bonus Poi'lt Awards} Palladtflven'iewfilantcaflfldm ‘l’ear‘lfl titans Year‘lfl titans ‘l'ear19 titans rearla titans Pagfi (FinandalSummam Company Sales Forecast [all branded segments] Actual Forecast Actual Forecast Actual Forecast Actual Forecast Page 6 [Pelforrnanoe Benchmarks} Internet Segments Regional Sales Volume (nous ofpairs} 299 435 329 469 26? 449 299 519 Page ? (Gem, pme TIE-[13]. Regional Market Share 21.3% 23.5% 22.6% 25.4% 21.4% 25.9% 23.5% 29.4% Wholesale Segments — Regional Sales 'll'olume (nous ofpairs} 2.163 2.496 2,413 2,4?6 1,663 2,399 2,146 2,??? Regional Market Share 19.2% 22.9% 21.5% 21.9% 16.9% 22.9% 21 .9% 26.1% Deliveryr Time :14 aeelisi Celebrity Appeal {total} on D co fi N m 5" --l IEEEEEI EBEIHE Number of Companies Competing in Region 9 9 9 rI-nlrnr-rrrn u- Ill-I'l-I I IrI-l-Iru-nl- I'll—n Projected Year 19 Performance I In'Illfentl'zlryr Clearance {% of beginning inventory cleared at discount) gem-if! m lyre;- 15 Elm Margin Dver Direct Costs of Cleared Pairs [99995 and albeit: +429 +3.96 +159 +6.26 +699 +4.59 Eaminos Per Slim $11-15 $423 v19 Forecast or robal Branded Sales volurne tunes of pais]: 2.931 Hall-"n On Em"? 23-42% 15.9% + Inventory Needed to Achieve Delivery Time {ooos ofpairsjl 346I Credll: MW — Inventory Carried l[Ilr'lil'er trom Y18 {onus of pais not cheat-ed) 49 ““9” “'9 1'19 Production Need to Achieve Sales Forecast{afier rejects} 3.231 Total Branded Production Needed {noosofpairs bet. rejects] 14,531 {Immoapaoityl Production Capacity Available for Private-Label {at mar: on] 1,669 Student Decisions 6: Reports ProgramI 1.11.1 .91 @ GLD-BLIS Software: Inc. 2616 m H 1 I! I] a {l Privacy PoEicy i Terms of Use Cl 1ir'eronica Montenegro Hidalgo 15 Q . -—.=—-.. EDEN] 1,2llil Ill OECISlOH ENTRIES _ YEAR 19 Production Capacity at the End a" Year 18 {Balls CIT pais} Corporate Citizenship Capacity hdditiuns {uttered and paid for it Hit, atraiable for 1'19} Sales Forecast Capacity Purchases {3?10" Pi‘r'g'flgfigfle} Purchase Capacitll" PIantCapacity l'Upgrades Branded Production andEdHEifilfiblmiD" Sales of Existing Capacity (coils of pairs of regular—time capacity} E] toot} pairs} E] iooo pairs} E] iooo pairs} E] iooo pairs} nternet ar etlng Wholesale Marketing Selling Pnce l Gash Receltred In 1'15 (toils ctnstnuclc traiuc} fl {sooos} fl {sooos} fl {sooos} fl {sooos} 99'9”“? Endmementfi Capacity Auailahlc turrts Production tactic raguia+acaama} 3.0m + soil it + it 5.0m +1.2tlo ass-o + soil Private—La bel Operations Finance a Cash Flow Total Branded Production Needed [ones ofpiairs necrcjccls} 14,531 [totes o‘fcapaci'ty] Production Capacity Auaila hle tor Private-Label latmattOTj LIE-EH Plant Upgrade Options H.A. Plant E.A. Plant A-P Plant LA. Plant fissembly Line Upgrade to Y1? capital ““11“? PM”? $ U Reduce Reject Rate by 5131-5 :{gfi‘efifl fgjgcuiaiflitafl'g? g 3 Facilities Upgrade to Reduce :15! [3233' “Walt WEEDS}. {done} ~56 U {done} {done} Production Hun Setup hr film- sitting...aaiifai'uinfa‘iflii a Will] a Actual s it a root} a Actual s 1313 a Actual Equipment Upgrade to Boost Y15iPflPita'PU1ifll'i3W'133_ {done} $ U {done} {done} slo Rating by 1 star Q'ngri‘efi gig”eai§§iit$fififii‘gi s 2.4a} a Actual i} ii c 4.512 a Actual s 2.95? a Actual _ t' F 'Iili U d t Boo t “(19 capital nuflal' [Sill-GM} if. [1 Projected Year 19 Performance Undo" fijfikeffirfiffifig’w 255‘}: Projected annual cost savings at cunent production 3: comp. “If" U _ Investor Sell-Conslmclion of Addilional Capacity l~l.A. Plant E.A. Plant A-P Plant LA. Plant Eamings Per Share $11.15 $4.23 acarnt on Emily zaA'ir. 15o}; Ill Current Production Capacity {onus of pais} Elli} EDDIE 1,2110 FOOTWEAR llll DU 5TH? REPORT Page 1 {Scoreboard} Page 2 {EP5, FtoE, stcclr Price]- Page 3 [Credil Rafing, Image. csnc} Page 3'] {Bonus Poi'ltAwards} Page 4 rotenncw. Plant Capacity} Page 5 (Financial Summary} Page 5 {Pelformanoe Bmchmats} Page T (Celeh'ilies, Price Trends]- Prior to constructing a new plant or additional capacity at an existing D Em - 0 one . 0 ma . plantI you must complete an analysis form. Click one of the buttons [ palm} E palm} [ pan} D [Hill] pairs} “Mm {at right} to access the analysis form [or a given region Capacity B "M C ' El 'ld C ' El 'ld C ' El 'ld C ' - - UI a act Ul a acl Ul a act UI a act "7W5 Hairy construction initiated now will he alrailahle for production in Year 2|]. p w p ti" p w p w Capital Outlays — Purchases ot Existing Capacity 5 l} 5 t} 5 t} [in Year 19} Plant Upgrade Options Ordered l} t} t]: Self—Constnlction ot New Capacity i} ii i} Total lCapital Outlays in 1|l"ear 19 5 l} 5 l} 5 l} m a 1 a n a a Student Decisions a Reports Program, “1.1.91 Cl 1ir'erii'2inica Montenegro Hidalgo 15 g @ PLO-BUS Sumtarfl: '"P- 2515 Privacy Policy i Terms of Use Flt-Fulfil Percentage of Superior Materials (on: 11303111 11 . ls Prioes BECISlDH ENTRIES —TEAR 19 Corporate Citizenship Number of Models [54]. 10:3. 15:1. 2130. 250. 3513. or 5013} Enha noed Styling 1 Features {30 to 3501: per model) T19 Materials Bales Forecast _ _ . Cost Savings Plant Capacity 1‘ Upgrades Tflllil 1' Eur Sigma Quality Program [WDfl-fiafiflpa pair} mm Branded Production Gunme- Branded Distribution Slfl Rating of Branded Pairs Produced (111:: 11] stars} 3951:me EIPEII I'ES Internet Marketing _ _ Wholesale Marketing Compensation —Change In Annual Base Wages {3111 w Celebrity Endorsements and Training Incentive Pay {3 per non-reject pair} FPS—it? P3” - - 1 Private—Label lDperations Best Practices Training {3 permrker} $EIEHIJ—an' ' _ per pair F'"a"“3 3‘ CHE“ Flu“ _ _ Year 13 ‘I’ear19 Year 13 Tear19 Year 13 Tear19 Year 13 irnrir13 3.13 Plant FUD'I'WEAR innusrnv REPORT work” ”NEW”? “13‘” F“ “‘"m "5" 3'51” 3.937" 4.0?4 2.?14 3357 2-599 3-335 m Page 1 {Emmam} Workers Emploved tor Branded Productlon 1'53 T3? 1324 2.159 445 1315 L A Plant Page 2 iEPS. RUE, 51ml: Pn'oei “Wk” Ct""P‘E'fiafifl“ B1“?- 9'3995 13,244 15,405 3432 3.1333 3,293 3,334 —‘ d . Page 3 [firedil Rating, Image, csnci ‘5 p” “"1““ ”3'1“” '“gF-"tlwe P“? 333 3.1115 1,2213 31]? 924 343 $129“ P" Page 3|: {Bonus Poi'itAiivards} _ ma , 14-13“ 13-431 4-553 4,545 4221 4'5” Plant Totals Page 4 {WMEW‘ Plant Capacity} Incentive Paglir as a '11: of Total Compensation 5% 19% 25% 19% 21% 29% _ . . Haul: {Name Page 5 (Financial Summary} Page 5 (Mmanw Emmmm} Total Branded Production Needed to Achieve 1I"ear 19 Sales Forecast (odor. ofpairs aciusled upward for expected reject rates) 13.599 1,531 Page T (Geleh'ilies, Price Trends]- r-nlrnr-rl'rn "- III-rl—I I Irhl—I-Ir-l— rI-l—rI- Capacity Available 1131' Y19 Pmducliflfl [012115 [If pails) 3.01“] an“ EDD“ 1.2111] 4.51“] 900 13.5110 EITDU E] 12781 1.300 El El T59 U 0 son 3133 9DEI 299 5.3% 541 5.9% 329 5.5 ‘55 1.259 5.2% 5,491 1.95 15,493 1.55 5,155 1.52 22,149 1.5? Projected Year 19 Performance Branded Pairs to he Manufactured in Year 19 {5055} Eamings Per Share $11.13 $423 Realm on Emily 23143. 151333 credit Haring lnme Rainy Branded Manufacturing Costs {otter rejected pairs} 35,113}r 5.55 29,931 5.95 12,225 1.55 35,152 2.55 21,353 3.25 45,154 3.45 45,195 T114 95,299 "L18 11?,541 1T.95 254,535 19.19 Variable Costs — Materials {standard and superior) Labor twagesflncenlivesfoverti'ne} Utller {trainingistvi'igi'Tfllrltsupenrision} 15 MWE Fixed Costs rprmmfinn n.In set-uptmaintrdepreciatjm} Total Manufacturing Cost ot Branded Pairs Sludent Decisions 3: Reports Program, 1.10.191 m I; 1 a I] or o a means Software, Inc. 2313 Privacy Patio; 5 Terms oi Use 0 1ir'eronica Montenegro Hidalgo 15 I5 L'II a I “all?" I— III" a. H'H'IIIII IIIIIJII: IUI JI Illull I Ih'l I l IEEGII-FIEI'II IEEIE repelsed FEIFEI} 0EC|5|DN ENTRIES - YEAR 19 Shipments from Plants to North America Warehouse Corporate Citizenship [W05 “f P3P} Sales Forecast Plant Capacity i‘ Upgrades Bran de :1 Production Latin Arne rica Warehouse Bran de d Distrib ution Internet Marketing Wholesale Marketing Celebrity Endorsements Private—Label lDperations Finance 3 Cash Flow Europe—Africa Warehouse Asia—Pacific Warehouse Total Branded Pairs Shipped irorn each Plant {nous} North America Europe-Africa Asia-Pacific Latin America Branded Warehouse Operations Warehouse Warehouse Warehouse Warehouse Footwear Shipments Needed [to achieve Y19 forecast and delivery time] Footwear Shipments from Plants {pairs produced and shipped in Y1 a} + Ending 3'13 Inventory {pairs can'ied over from Year 13]- — Inventory Cleared W13 pairs eliminated via clearance sale] Total Branded Pairs Available {pairs available for sale in 1’10]- FooTiivEAR INDUSTRY REPORT Page1 {Scoreboard} Page 2 (EPs, RoE, Stock Pride]- Page 3 {Credit Haring, Image. csnci Page 3b {Bonus Poi'itAwards} Page 4 (Overview. Plant Capacity} Page 5 {Financial Summary} Page '3 {Performance Benchmats} Page T (celebrities, Price Trends]- Projected Branded Sales {expected internet and wholesale pairs sold} Required Inventory [pairs needed i1 WEI inventory to achieve delivery time} Inventory SurpluslShortfall at Year-End {onus of pairs} SIG Rating {weighted average Sit] rati'rg of branded pa'rs avaiable for sale} Model fivailability [weighted average number of models available} rI-nllnr-rrrn u- ILI'I'I-I I IrI-l-lu-nl- nil-n _ Projected Warehouse Operating Statistics PFC-rested Year 19 Performance Exchange Rate Cost Adjustment {on i1coming shipments} o.oo +4341 +1.33 +592 +0.15 _ Investor Dishibution and — Freight on Footwear Shipments 3,231 1.00 3,2?3 2.00 4,003 1.03 monng Measuas Year 15 Exped. Warehouse Tariffs on Pairs Imported 0 0.00 12,552 4.00 1,332 0.33 E ings Per Share $11.15 $123 Expenses Inventory Storage {on ending Yrs inventory] B1 0.03 BE 0.03 B? 0.03 m [in Emily 23.4% 15.03% Other Expenses {leasing fees i' boxing {shipping} 10,130 3.4? 10.493 3.513 11,423 3.43 Credit Rflirfl Image Rang Total Distribution and Warehouse Cost of Pairs Available for Sale (production, x—rates, freight, tarrifs} 13,432 4.50 23.41? 0.30 13,303 4.33 30,560 24.33 32,332 25.23 ?0,401 19.01 Student Decisions 3: Reports Program, v0.1.a1 @ GLD-EILIS Software. Inc. 2015 Privacy Policy 5 Terms of Use m on on on O 1veronica Montenegro Hidalgo El 3' BECISlDH ENTRIES — YEAR 19 Corporate Citizenship Sales Forecast Plant Capacity .l Upgrades Branded Production Branded Distribution Internet M arketin g Wh olesa le Marketing Celebrity Endorsements Private—La bel Dp erations Finance a Cash Flow FUD‘I‘WEAR lIIIIJUSTRY REPORT Paget {Scoreboard} Page 2 reps. FtCIE, sreert Price} Page 3 (Credit Rating. Image. csec} Page Edit {Bonus Poi'rt Awards} Page 4 rovenriew. Plant Capacity} Page 5 (Financial Summary} Page 5 {Performance Benchmats} Page T (celebrities, Price Trends]- r-n-rnr-rrrn u- Ill-I'l-I I IrI-l-Iiu-nl- nil-n Projected Year 19 Performance Inventor Earnings Per Share $11.15 $4.23 Ftetum on Emily zoos. 15m; credit Haring tome Rainy on at: mm D 1veronica Montenegro Hidalgo 15 g 5H2 Rating {weighted average sro rating of branded pa'rs avaiable for sale} Model Availability {weighted average nun'loer otbra'rded models available} Advertising Budget {Sflfllls of advertising — see 'rI'rl'holesale Marketing} Celebrity Appeal {sum ofconsumer appeal for celebrities under conb'act} Year15’ Yea19 atao Free Shipping (from where. to buyer} No Internet Dnline Price rs per pair at retail} Marketing Decisions Models Offered (maximum at'4oa} Internet Market Share {Year 18 acbral and Year 19 projection) Branded Available to Fill Internet and Wholesale Orders Pairs Internet Sales Ufllume {pairs sold to online customers] PM?) Available to Fill Wholesale ordere Allocation of Exponsosto each Irtomot Morlrot Sogrrolrt Manufacturing costs. warehouse leasing and inventory storage expenses. advertising expenses. expenditures for celebrity endorse- ment contracts. and administrative expenses are allocated to a geo- graphic region based on internet sales as a percentage of total branded pairs sold in the region. {flierathg = profit before interest Plant expenses. extraordi- nary items. and income Ftevertte-Gost—Pltlitfi'o'pcflons Revenues from Internet Sales + Shipping Fees GIDSS lntemet Revenues 1 Exchange Rate Adjustment Net Internet Revenues l[Zest o’t Branded Pairs Sold Warehouse Expenses Marketing Expenses Administrative Expenses flperating Profit {Loss} Operating Profit Margin tax payments. Yea 1B Yea19 51?: 5* 34? 438 Bill] 41H] 11 El 205 CI Block all internet orders from customers in this region To prevent 531E in the MA. market segment. check the bait: above. Year1B Yea19 21.3% 23.551: 2,292 3.2?1 259 435 1,593 2.835 Yea 1B Yea19 51's: 5* 351.] 493 1 .1150 500 14B 221] CI Block all internet orders from customers in this region To prevent salE in the E-A marl-net segment. check the boot above. Year 13 Yea19 22.5% 25,414: 2 , 434 3 I.252 32B 469 2.154 2.1313 fills Sniper 23.544 51.513 4.555 113.115 33,534 ?1 .55 —5_E'fl 55.55 25.28 113.5? 5.34 1 .42 22.23 30.9119 11 .1353 4,359 2,9?4 lili'lIr 10,451 33.13% Yea 1B Yea1fl so 5* 351.] 50!} we t] 5.ooo 11 El 155 CI Block all internet orders from customers in this region To prevent 531E in the A—P market segment. check the box above. Year1B Yea19 21.5% 25.914: 2,124 3.1 39 2B? 441‘.) 1.35? 2.?43 fills Sinai 210513 51.513 4.455 1mm 31 .4Elt 31.56 —3El5 43.51] 31.055 313.55 8.345 13.5? 4.555 113.58 3.452 2.54 E25 1.42 13.946 31.?(1 449% Student Decisions 3: Reports Program. vil'l .St Yea 1B Yea19 51': 5* 351.] 500 soo 5.0511 135 255 CI Block all internet orders from customers in this region To prevent 531E in the LA. marloe‘t segment. check the boot above. e: GLD-BLIS Software. Inc. 2015 Privacy Poticy 5 Terms of Lise DECISION ENTRIES — YEAR19 Corporate Citizenship Sales Forecast Plant Capacity i‘ Upgrades Branded Production Branded Distribution Internet M arlretin g W'h olesale Marketing Celebrity Endorsements Private—La bel Op erations Finance a Cash F low FOO'I'W'EAR INDUSTRY REPORT Page 1 {Scoreboard} Page 2 {EPS, ROE, srecrt Price} Page 3 (Credit Rating, image. csnc} Page 3'] {Bonus Poi'rt Awards} Page 4 roveniew. Plant Capacity} Page 5 (Financial Summary} Page 6 {Performance Henchman-s} Page T (celebrities, Price Trends]- rr-I-nllnr-rrrn u- ILI'I'I-I I IrI-l-elnl- rel-re Projected Year 19 Performance Investor Bearing Hearst-es Year 15 Errped. Earnings Per stars $11.15 $4.23 neurrn on Etpriry 234s. 15m credit Haring lnme Rainy m an so are D 1Irr'eronica Montenegro Hidalgo El a: 5611 Rating {weighted average sro rating of branded pa'rs avaiable for sale} Model Availability [weighted average number of branded models available) Celebrity Appeal (sum ofconsumer appeal for oelebrities under contract} Wholesale — Wholesale Price to Retailers rs per pair} M it: t' Dgéifiéflg Advertising Budget rsoooe} Mail—In Rebate Offer {so to Ho per pair} Retail Outlets Available {willing to carry your footwear} Retail Outlets Utilized rtntei number} Retailer Support ratooaasoo per outlet utilised) Delivery to Retailers {4. s. 2. or 1 week} Wholesale Market Share (Year 16 actual and Year 19 projection) Branded Pairs Available to Fill Wholesale Orders {bubs} Anticipated Wholesale Demand [bobs of pairs desired by retailers} Inventory Requirement rooos dr pairs needed td achieve delivery time} Inventory SurpluslShorttall at Year-End {onus of pairs} “loath" 131' E“Fulfil“ “1' “Ch mmmntjeodms Wholesale lrlerlret Segment . Gross Wholesale Revenues Manufacturing costs. warehouse leasing and inventory storage 1 Exchange Rate Adjustment HPEI'IS'ES. adVEfliSinEI EHFEI'ISES. Het wholesale Revenues expenditures for celebrit}r endorse- _ rnent contracts. and administrative CPS! “f Brill-Iliad Palm 50” expenses are allocated to a geo- Warehouse Expenses graphic region based on wholesale Marketing Expenses “IE-'5 35 5 Percentage 0f total Administrative Expenses branded pairs sold in the region. O ratin Profit Loss Operating = profit before interest PE 9 I: 1 Profit expenses. e1traordi- . _ nary items, and income Operatrng Ptflfit MEI-9'“ tax payments. Stills Srlpa'r 164, 632 42.66 6 6.66 164, 632 42.66 61,556 24.66 5,664 2.2? 16,462 6.61 3, 545iI 1 .42 12,521 T64 16.6% mops-r 111,365 —16,13T 161,256 62,663 5,636 16,353 3,526 13,152 13.614: 4...
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