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The French Tech will be present in force at the Mobile World Congress 2019 (MWC) in Barcelona

SSG - 17-janv.-2019 11:01:56
The MWC is the unmissable global mobile, services and content event which gathered 2400 exhibitors, 107 000 visitors from 208 countries in 2018.   For the 13th consecutive year, from 25 to 28 February 2019, Business France, the agency responsible for supporting the international development of the French economy, will be organizing the French Tech pavilion at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona. Over 100 innovative SMEs and start-ups will be exhibiting at this French Tech pavilion.   The French Tech pavilion will enable several partner regions such as Brittany, Occitanie and Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azur as well as the competitiveness clusters “Systematic Paris Region” and “Secure Communications Solutions” to exhibit there.   The French Tech pavilion will be the largest national pavilion at the show, with an exhibition space of 630 sq m. It will be spread over 2 islands in Hall 5 (5B41 / 5B61) and 2 islands in Hall 8.1 (8.1D41 / 8.1E49) “APP PLANET”. The companies hosted at the French Tech pavilion belong to a range of Telecoms sectors:   mobile applications, infrastructures, mobile advertising and mobile marketing, mobile games and accessories, engineering services and financial services.   The companies supported by Business France, moreover, can meet operators and players from the following countries: South Africa, Germany, Brazil, Canada, China, Ivory Coast, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey and USA.   A wide range of innovations will be presented at the show, including:   KONROW : This French brand of smartphones and tablets designs telephones which answer each of your uses. With Konrow, discover a reliable and accessible brand which proposes you the products you need. With our products and our philosophy, we defend the simplicity and the accessibility, and we offer you an alternative which is meaningful.   FOXY NERD STUDIO develops SaaS Digital Marketing solutions for big companies. Our digital listening & brand awareness solution allows big companies to monitor how customers and people react on their communication on social media and platforms dedicated to collect customers feedbacks.   DEJAMOBILE is a Fintech offering white label software solutions in the field of mobile transaction services. Dejamobile solutions enable payment, commerce and transport companies to deploy secure and interactive mobile services using proximity technologies such as NFC, QR code and Bluetooth Smart.   The complete list of the French exhibitors at the French Tech pavilion is available from the following website: https://events-export.businessfrance.fr/mwc   About Business France Business France is the French agency responsible for supporting the international development of the French economy. It is responsible for fostering export growth by French businesses as well as promoting and facilitating international investment in France. It promotes the economic image and attractiveness of France, its companies and regions. It runs and develops the V.I.E. international internship program. Created on 1 January 2015, Business France came about following a merger between UBIFRANCE and AFII (the French agency for international investments. Business France has 1,500 employees in France and 70 other countries. It works with a network of public and private partners. For more information, please visit: www.businessfrance.fr   About the French Tech The French Tech is the term used to describe the French start-up community: entrepreneurs, investors, engineers, designers, incubators, public organizations, etc. committed to the growth of French start-ups and to their international prosperity. This community includes unicorns such as Blablacar, Criteo, and Vente-privee and champions like Sigfox, Devialet and Voodoo which respectively raised 150 million euros in 2016, 160 million euros and 170 million euros in 2018. The French Tech initiative is an innovative public policy created in 2013. It is not about the government imposing regulations and limits. I’s about the government supporting the start-up community. For further information: www.meetlafrenchtech.com      Contact :Caroline Ginoux, Head of Tech operations - Digital Technologies Department E-mail: caroline.ginoux@businessfrance.fr    

Introduction of Investment Promotion of Seoul with PwC Korea

HM Kim - 03-août-2017 03:33:46
Introduction of Investment Promotion of Seoul with PwC Korea The Seoul Metropolitan Government with PricewaterhouseCoopers Korea (PwC Korea) is currently carrying out a project to encourage foreign direct investment regarding key policies and industries to establish greater economic growth and sustainable job creation in Seoul, South Korea. PwC Korea will present a pro-business environment and various investment incentives (i.e. financial support for employment or rent, etc.) for foreign company, and conduct all customized supports considering current business situations of each foreign company.   PwC Korea would like to provide all information regarding investment environment in Seoul to companies having willingness to expand their business into Asian market and also share ideas and opinions.   We hope that the opportunity would consolidate bilateral relations between Korea and France for mutual benefit in economic development in the future.  

TAMI Industries’ ceramic membranes are renowned in the field of membrane separation processes for their durability and extreme efficiency

Hyun Mo Kim - 04-juil.-2017 08:08:06
                                                                                                      TAMI Industries’ ceramic membranes are renowned in the field of membrane separation processes for their durability and extreme efficiency   Specially adapted for the food processing, pharmaceutical and biotechnological industries. The use of ceramic membranes has increased in popularity over recent years in the various industrial separation processes currently available on the market. Their characteristics of high mechanical resistance, durability and ease of use have contributed significantly to this increased popularity. Although representing only 10% of the global market, in very many applications ceramic membranes are challenging organic membranes. The main advantages they offer being greater durability, significant chemical stability, complete temperature independence and improved mechanical resistance to pressure. Thus, corrosive products, steam sterilization, high-temperature separations or hydraulic accidents in circulation pumps are easy to control using ceramic membranes. TAMI Industries’ R&D department has gone to considerable lengths to develop new inorganic membranes. This hard work has resulted in the creation of high-tech ceramic membranes with the exclusive characteristics of non-circular petal-shaped channels. Compared to circular channels, non-circular channels provide a larger filtration surface for the same external volume of the membrane thus ensuring improved filtration performance as well as increased turbulence and reduced fouling. The original shapes of the ceramic membranes designed by TAMI Industries means they are more compact (patents on non-circular channels), which increases permeability and offers a wide choice of cut-off thresholds - Microfiltration, Ultrafiltration and Fine Ultrafiltration (patents on the layers), high mechanical resistance (patent on the base materials), significant chemical stability (pH range from 0 to 14), high heat resistance (up to 300 °C ), low risk of fouling, reliability and durability (an average useful life 3 to 4 times longer than their organic competitors). The external dimensions of TAMI Industries’ ceramic membranes are compatible with all existing equipment and facilities on the market that use ceramic membranes. This functionality means that renovating industrial infrastructures is simple, only the ceramic membranes need to be replaced (process known as RETROFIT).   As a result of this R&D investment it is now possible to offer membranes with the best filtration surface /external volume ratio of the membrane associated with control over the shaping of the membrane’s materials, thus allowing very narrow distributions of the pore diameters and a more uniform performance. In addition, investments in external growth have guaranteed the manufacture of the supports, which means that TAMI Industries has complete control of the ceramic membrane production process from start to finish. This investment has led to a significant improvement in performance and, therefore, increased energy savings, along with lower operating and infrastructure maintenance costs. There are two separate ranges of ceramic membranes available:-               - A range of tubular shaped products for industry (Inside CéRAM)              - A range of flat products for frontal and cross-flow filtration for laboratory tests (Inside KéRAM). Currently, TAMI Industries is the only company in the world capable of producing and offering such high-performance tubular ceramic membranes on an industrial scale. Main fields of application:-               - pharmaceutical and biotechnological sectors - culture media clarification (production of amino acids, antibiotics, enzymes, vitamins, etc.)               - food-processing sector – debacterization of milk, fractionation, standardization and concentration of milk and lactoserum (WPI/WPC), clarification of wines, fruit juices, cider and sweetened juices …               - environmental sector – treatment of metallurgy effluents, oil/water separation (degreasing baths), laundry water, paper industries and textile industries effluent treatment… This list is far from exhaustive, ceramic membranes are capable of fulfilling the requirements of numerous other applications.   TAMI Industries, your ideal partner for all your filtration processes About TAMI… TAMI Industries , designs and manufactures industrial filters (ceramic membranes) for the separation of molecules or particles contained in liquids. It operates in the fields of Fine Ultrafiltration, Ultrafiltration and Microfiltration. TAMI offers a wide range of cut-off thresholds – microfiltration, ultrafiltration and fine ultrafiltration. TAMI Industries, head office in Nyons (South-East France), is a global player in the ceramic membranes sector, 85% of its revenue being achieved internationally. Currently, TAMI Industries has four subsidiaries abroad, in Germany, Canada, Mexico and China. For further information, please contact us or visit our website: www.tami-industries.com   Contact : TAMI INDUSTRIES Z.A Les Laurons – CS 65 26111 NYONS Cedex (France) Vincent GELEZEAU, Area Manager Tel.: + 33 (0)4 75 26 47 69 Fax: + 33 (0)4 75 26 47 87 E-mail: vgelezeau@tami-industries.com       

그랑 파리를 향해 ! 프랑스 ‘그랑 파리’ 투자유치 대표단 방한 2017년 6월 8~9일

Hyun Mo Kim - 01-juin-2017 05:18:59
  그랑 파리를 향해  !     프랑스 ‘ 그랑 파리 ’ 투자유치 대표단 방한 2017 년 6 월 8~9 일     프랑스 공공기관과 주요 기업인들로 구성된 대표단이 6 월 8 일부터 9 일까지 양일간 서울을 방문할 예정이다 . 이들은 그랑 파리의 가치와 비전을 소개하고 , 국제 투자 우선 대상 도시로의 위치를 확고히 하고자 한다 .   그랑 파리 ( 파리 수도권 ) 프로젝트 10 주년을 맞아 방한 예정인 대표단은 뉴시티재단과 인천경제자유구역청의 공동 주관하에 송도에서 개최되는 뉴시티서밋 2017 에 참여한다 . 이들은 유럽 최대 건설 프로젝트를 성공시키기 위해 관련 기관 및 기업들이 어떤 노력을 기울이고 있는지 공개할 예정이다 .     그랑 파리 엑스프레스 교통망 건설 :   현재 파리에서는 세계 최대의 무인 지하철 교통망이 건설 중에 있다 . 200km 의 신설노선과 68 개의 새로운 역을 신설하는 이 프로젝트는 파리 수도권의 접근성에 획기적인 발전을 가져올 것으로 기대된다 . 이 거대한 프로젝트와 병행하여 140 km 2 에 달하는 지하철역 주변 지역의 개발이 시행되고 있으며 , 이러한 수도권 지역의 대대적인 변화는 민간 투자의 활성화를 불러일으켰다 .   그랑파리공사의 필립 이뱅 이사장은 «  그랑 파리 지역의 69 개 역 부근 400 미터 구역를 포함하여 총 138 km 2 에 달하는 지역의 재개발에 힘쓰고 있다 . 이는 지하철 교통망을 확장하는 것에 그치지 않고 , 파리 면적의 114 km 2 를 두배로 키우는 것 이상의 효과를 내어 새로운 경제가치를 창출할 것이다   ≫ 라며 이 프로젝트의 중요성을 강조했다 .   이 탁월한 인프라의 건설은 런던을 앞질러 유럽 부동산시장 1 위를 차지하는 파리의 입지를 더욱 높일 것이다 . 또한 , 오피스용 부동산의 총 면적이 5,300 만 m 2 에 달하는 그랑 파리는 투명한 임대 조건과 재원조달의 혜택을 자랑한다 .     그랑 파리의 국제 비즈니스 지구인 파리 라 데팡스  :   유럽 제 1 위의 비즈니스 지구이자 이 시장을 이끄는 견인차 역할을 하는 파리 라 테팡스는 가장 엄격한 국제 환경 조건에 부합하며 , 탁월한 근무 환경을 제공하는 우수한 타워 등으로 구성된 오피스 파크이다 . 2019 년까지 25 만 m 2 의 신축 또는 개축한 오피스 공간을 제공하여 특히 브렉시트 이후 불확실해진 부동산 시장에 대한 기업들의 우려를 해결해줄 수 있을 것이다 . 파리 라 데팡스의 임대료는 런던보다 3 배나 저렴한 수준이기 때문이다 . 즉 , 런던이 일 평방미터당 연간 1,200~1,500 유로의 금액의 임대료를 지불해야 한다면 , 파리 라 데팡스는 450~550 유로의 값싼 임대료를 자랑한다 . 그뿐만 아니라 , 2016 년에는 230 억의 투자액 중 40% 가 국제 투자인 것으로 밝혀져 투자 시장의 역동성을 증명했다 .   파리 라 데팡스 에파데사의 대표인 장 쿨로드 가이오는 «  파리 라 데팡스는 국제적 수준의 대표적인 비즈니스 특화구역의 위치를 더욱 강화한다 . 유럽연합의 비즈니스 구역 제 1 위로 꼽히는 라 데팡스는 중소기업으로부터 다국적 기업에 이르기까지 다양한 기업의 관심을 끌며 고유 가치를 인정받았다 . 그랑 파리 프로젝트를 비롯해 , 현재 진행 중이거나 이미 완공된 대중교통 개발 프로젝트는 라 데팡스의 강점을 더욱 극대화할 것이다 . 브렉시트 이후 , 많은 국제 기업과 경제 주체들이 라 데팡스의 특장점에 매우 주목하고 있는 것으로 보인다  » 라고 말했다 .     파리 일 드 프랑스 카피탈 에코노믹의 대표인 알렉상드르 미소프는 이 프로젝트에 대해 아래와 같이 이야기했다 . «  주요한 관계 주체와 전문가들이 힘을 모은 그랑 파리 프로젝트는 단순히 경제적 역동성이나 인프라의 우수성에만 초점이 맞춰져 있는 것이 아닙니다 . 이는 파리의 수도권에 거주하는 지역주민들의 삶의 질을 전적으로 높일 것으로 기대되며 , 세계에서 가장 탁월하고 성공적인 수도권 프로젝트 중 하나로 길이 남을 것입니다 . » 그의 말은 대표단 전체의 메시지기도 하다 .           방한단 명단  :   Jean-Claude GAILLOT , Paris La Défense Epadesa 대표   Marie-Célie GUILLAUME, Paris La Défense Defacto 대표   Xavier LEPINE, La Française 회장   Bernard MICHEL, Gecina 대표   Alexandre MISSOFFE, Paris-Ile de France Capitale Economique 대표   Philippe PRONOST, CDC International Capital 부사장   Erik SONDEN, Senior Advisor, EY 기업금융 부동산 M&A 수석고문 ,   Philippe YVIN, Société du Grand Paris 회장           Contact presse :   언론 담당   Paris Ile de France Capitale Economique   Gwénaëlle Delzongle   mailto:gdelzongle@gp-investment-agency.com   +33 (0)1 55 65 49 44      

Une délégation française à Séoul les 8 et 9 juin 2017

Hyun Mo Kim - 01-juin-2017 05:15:36
  DESTINATION GRAND PARIS !     Une délégation française à Séoul les 8 et 9 juin 2017 pour promouvoir les opportunités d’investissement du Grand Paris     Une délégation de dirigeants d’entreprises et d’institutions publiques françaises sera à Séoul les 8 et 9 juin 2017 pour valoriser les atouts du Grand Paris et le positionner comme première destination des investissements internationaux.   Cette visite, en marge du New Cities Summit, organisé par la New Cities Foundation à Songdo (Corée du Sud), coïncide avec les 10 ans du projet du Grand Paris et témoigne de la mobilisation de tous les acteurs pour mener à bien le plus grand chantier d’Europe !   Le réseau de transport du Grand Paris Express avance  : Le plus grand réseau de métro automatique du monde est en cours de construction. Avec 200 km de voies supplémentaires et 68 gares nouvelles qui changeront profondément l’accessibilité de la métropole parisienne, ce vaste chantier accompagne l’aménagement de quelque 140 km2   de quartiers   autour des gares et déclenche de nombreux investissements privés, attirés par la transformation de la Région Capitale. Philippe YVIN, Président du directoire de la Société du Grand Paris, précise ainsi : « Rien qu’en comptant les périmètres de 400 mètres autour de 69 gares du Grand Paris, on réaménage et valorise 138 kilomètres carrés. Nous ne nous contentons pas de doubler le réseau du métro, nous faisons plus que multiplier par deux les 114 kilomètres carrés de Paris » .   Cette réalisation de cette infrastructure exceptionnelle va encore renforcer l’attractivité du 1 er marché immobilier européen, devant Londres. Avec 53 millions de mètres carrés de bureaux, le Grand Paris bénéficie d’ une transparence et d’une lisibilité excellente, de conditions locatives maîtrisées et de financements attractifs.   Paris La Défense, le quartier d’affaires international du Grand Paris : Locomotive de ce marché,1 er quartier d’affaires européen, Paris La Défense offre un parc de bureaux comprenant des tours de très haute qualité répondant aux normes environnementales internationales les plus élevées et offrant un cadre de travail exceptionnel. D’ici à 2019, 250 000m² de surfaces de bureaux neuves ou récemment rénovés permettront de répondre à la demande des entreprises, notamment dans un contexte post-Brexit. Paris La Défense capitalise sur l’attractivité de ses loyers, qui se positionnent à des niveaux trois fois inférieurs à ceux de Londres. Ses valeurs faciales oscillent, en effet, entre 450 et 550 €/m 2  /an contre 1 200/1 500 € dans la capitale du Royaume-Uni. Le marché de l’investissement est lui aussi très dynamique, avec un volume exceptionnel de 2,3 milliards investis en 2016 et 40% de propriétaires internationaux.     «  Paris La Défense renforce son statut de pôle d’affaires de référence à l’échelle internationale. Première adresse business de l’Union européenne, le quartier, dont les atouts intrinsèques sont démontrés, suscite un intérêt croissant de la part des entreprises, de la multinationale à la PME. Les travaux d’aménagement en cours et programmés ainsi que l’arrivée, dans cinq ans, des nouvelles lignes de transports collectifs à l’échelle du Grand Paris, vont renforcer son attractivité. Ce sont des atouts auxquels les acteurs économiques internationaux sont très sensibles dans cette période post-Brexit » précise Jean-Claude Gaillot , Directeur général de Paris La Défense EPADESA.       « Avec ce magnifique projet porté par la mobilisation de tous les acteurs, le Grand Paris s’affirme comme une des plus puissantes métropoles du monde, à la fois par son dynamisme économique, la qualité de ses infrastructures, mais aussi par la qualité de vie qu’elle offre aux habitants de la métropole» tel sera le message porté par Alexandre MISSOFFE, Directeur Général de Paris-Ile de France Capitale Economique et l’ensemble de la délégation.           Composition de la délégation :   Jean-Claude GAILLOT , Directeur Général, Paris La Défense Epadesa   Marie-Célie GUILLAUME, Directrice Générale , Paris La Défense Defacto   Xavier LEPINE, Président du Directoire , La Française   Bernard MICHEL, Président, Gecina   Alexandre MISSOFFE, Directeur Général, Paris-Ile de France Capitale Economique   Philippe PRONOST, Directeur Général Adjoint, CDC International Capital   Erik SONDEN, Senior Advisor, Corporate Finance Real Estate M&A Advisory , EY   Philippe YVIN, Président du Directoire, Société du Grand Paris               Contact presse :       Paris Ile de France Capitale Economique     Gwénaëlle Delzongle   mailto:gdelzongle@gp-investment-agency.com   +33 (0)1 55 65 49 44        

2016 Korean Startup Investment Trends

H M KIM - 28-mars-2017 08:16:49
2016 Korean Startup Investment Trends techforkorea     POSTED ON 2017/03/17 Platum  published a research report analyzing 2016 annual Korean startups’ investment trends. The report summarizes the monthly investment trends, investments by scale, investments by business type/period, investment firms, and annual M&A status in 2016 based on publicly released 347 cases of startup investments and 22 cases of M&A information.   Basic Data Used in the 2016 report includes below: 1.     Number of Investment and M&A in 2016 : 369 (347 Investments and 22 M&As) 2.     Number of Startups that raised funding in 2016 : 210 (232 companies with full disclosure, 5 partial disclosure, and 76 nondisclosure of the amount) 3.     Number of Businesses Involved in Investment in 2016 : 249 (with company names released) 4.     Definition of a Startup: “A company with a business model that is expected to grow rapidly based on new ideas or technologies, usually a company not listed on the stock market or merged into a large company” (partially adopting the definition from  Startup-Alliance  Korea) 5.     For companies that raised funding more than twice a year, figures have been calculated based on the accumulative investment amount (including partially disclosed amount). 6.     Investment scale graph is targeting the 237 companies with fully disclosed and/or partially disclosed amount only. 7.     Assessment of business period has been calculated with Dec 2016 as the end date. 8.     Most joint investors do not open their investment amounts; thus, only the numbers of investment participation and scale of investment have been applied.   Korean startup market had significantly more dynamic year with 49% of YoY growth (233 in 2015, 347 in 2016) in number of investments and 23% increase (811.96 Billion KRW in 2015, 1007.8 Billion KRW in 2016) in investment size. There was an average of 29 investments per month, with December being the highest (217.4 Billion KRW in total investments).   The full report in PDF is attached.

프랑스의 매력적인 투자 환경 FRANCE ATTRACTIVENESS SCOREBOARD

Hyun Mo KIM - 06-févr.-2017 02:11:51
                                              FRANCE ATTRACTIVENESS SCOREBOARD                                                                                &                                              SURVEY ON FRANCE’S BUSINESS IMAGE   FRANCE ATTRACTIVENESS SCOREBOARD       For the seventh consecutive year, Business France, in conjunction with the Treasury Directorate at the French Ministry for the Economy and Finance, and the French Commission for Regional Equality (CGET), is proud to present the France Attractiveness Scoreboard . By compiling a vast array of economic data concerning outcome indicators and economic attractiveness criteria, and without resorting to data-weighted aggregate indicators, the Scoreboard enables an objective analysis to be made of France as an investment location.    Reasons for publishing the France Attractiveness Scoreboard    To meet the challenge of measuring France’s investment attractiveness in relation to other major European countries.    To shed light on the complexity of measuring an economy’s attractiveness, a notion that depends on a considerable number of different criteria.    To measure this attractiveness using quantifiable economic indicators from leading data sources (OECD, IMF, UNCTAD, Eurostat, etc.).    Methodological approach    A comparison of France’s attractiveness relative to 13 other countries: Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, United Kingdom, United States and Sweden.    The Scoreboard uses 126 indicators to examine economic attractiveness criteria in nine fields influencing the location of foreign investments: market size and strength / education and human capital / research and innovation / infrastructure / administrative and regulatory environment / financial environment / costs and taxation / quality of life / green growth.    Key points   1- This seventh edition confirms that France’s structural advantages are fundamental to its investment attractiveness, and also highlights the impact of reforms underway to boost the competitiveness of the French economy.   2- In contrast to international rankings based on composite competitiveness indicators and opinion surveys that provide patchy analysis far removed from the reality observed by investors on the ground, the France Attractiveness Scoreboard provides comparative and objective analysis of the main criteria against which France’s investment attractiveness can be judged.   3- Main findings:    France’s strengths: Market size and location, human capital, an innovation- and R&D-friendly tax environment, a beneficial administrative and regulatory environment for business creation, high-quality infrastructure, a cost-effective energy mix, rising hourly labor productivity and moderation of labor costs in industry.    France’s weaknesses: Taxation in particular.   CONCLUSION : The Scoreboard seeks to demonstrate that investment attractiveness cannot be measured using a single indicator, and must instead be assessed holistically by considering all the components that make an economy attractive. It pinpoints a number of areas in which France must regain ground in today’s competitive environment, and underlines the purpose of current reforms.   FRANCE’S FIELDS OF EXCELLENCE Top 20 indicators of France’s attractiveness as an investment location France’s position Leading countries Fertility rate (2014) 1 France, Ireland Access to EU-27 markets (2015) 3 Belgium, Netherlands Trends in unit labor costs (2015) - Manufacturing sector 1 France, Netherlands Trends in productivity per hour worked (2015) - Manufacturing sector 2 Sweden, France Government funding of business enterprise R&D expenditure (BERD) and R&D tax incentives (2013) 1 France, Belgium R&D personnel (2014) 4 Finland, Sweden Net growth in active enterprises (2014)- Total economy 1* France, United Kingdom Net growth in active enterprises (2014)- Manufacturing sector 1* France, Netherlands 15 leading airports in the EU-28 (2015) – cargo 1 France (Paris-CDG), Germany (Frankfurt am Main) 15 leading airports in the EU-28 (2015) – passengers 2 United Kingdom (Heathrow), France (Paris-CDG) Broadband penetration rate (2015) 2 Netherlands, France Electricity rates (2015) 3 Sweden, Finland Enterprises and individuals using the internet for interaction with public authorities (2015) 2 Finland, France Change in lending to non-financial corporations (2016) 1* France, Germany Global market share in European investment funds industry (2015) 3 Ireland, Germany Venture capital investment (2015) 3 Finland, Ireland Carbon intensity (2014) 2 Sweden, France please continue reading on the attached document  
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