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Due by higher personnel related expenses of headcount

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and administrative expenses in 2012 over 2011. due by higher personnel-related expenses of headcount, Logitech’s Life-size division. Also, faced a decrease in the bonus expenses from lower than anticipated profitability levels and lower share-based compensation expenses of executive departures. Referring to table 1; we will notice that interest income rate and other income is decreasing which referring to the earnings of Logitech’s among that period. May its increase or decreases based on each expense especially when its counted in US $. Net income was a slight fluctuated and that’s normal in the business life. As in 2013 increasing in 2012 decreasing and so. But as what’s its referring in table 1 some expenses should be reduced if Logitech want to remain in that business because we can see the profitability level that Logitech were reaching unlike the levels of 2013,2012 year. Logitech should end up this year by reducing its operational expenses and try to control the expenses prices and will increase the demand of its services and products which will impact the number of net sales world widely to not exit the market and reach higher levels of profitability. B-Effective tax rates.
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2013 2012 2011 25588/253725*100=10.08% 19819/91277*100=21.7% 19988/148448*100=13.46% C- Growth rates of sales and total operating cost 2012-2013 2011-2012 NR -9.3% -2% OC 36.2% 1.6% OC + COGS 4.8% 1.1%
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