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Unformatted text preview: h related parties resulted in the following balance sheet and income statement balances: December 31, 1999 Assets Balance sheet Current assets Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Current liabilities – suppliers Long-term debt (including current portion and accrued finance charges) 2000 Liabilities Assets 35 5,892 2 9,530 242,847 5,927 Liabilities 171,133 242,847 9,532 171,133 Year ended December 31, 1998 Income Income statement Operating revenues Financial expenses 1999 Expense Income 34,108 36,855 25,304 34,108 Expense 2000 Income 44,555 78,168 25,304 36,855 37 Expense 78,168 14,152 44,555 14,152 Aracruz Celulose S.A. Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements Expressed in thousands of United States dollars (unless otherwise stated) 21 Supplementary information Valuation and qualifying accounts Description 2000 Allowances deducted from related balance sheet accounts: Accounts receivable Inventories Investments (other assets other) Property, plant and equipment, net Deferred income tax 1999 Allowances deducted from related balance sheet accounts: Accounts receivable Inventories Investments (other assets other) Property, plant and equipment, net Deferred income tax 1998 Allowances deducted from related balance sheet accounts: Accounts receivable Inventories Investments (other assets other) Property, plant and equipment, net Deferred income tax Balance at beginning of year Additions Charged to Costs and Expenses 490 3,522 Deductions credited to costs and expenses 1,319 44 801 446 4,841 801 20,164 38,761 20,164 36,287 802 18,591 75,068 1,664 490 3,522 801 20,164 38,761 10 1,627 112 3,522 1,573 122 3,485 22 36,307 400 2,474 1 112 3,522 802 802 6,500 83,625 * Balance at end of year 12,098 * 38 * 7 8,557 18,591 75,068 39...
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