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ID #:   39270162
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Description:   Quarterly survey of executives at Canada's largest companies. Includes: Which of the following do you think best describes the Canadian economy at the current time -strong growth, moderate growth, moderate decline, strong decline, What are your expectations for the Canadian economy over the next 12 months

How concerned are you about each of the following economic possibilities: Weak growth in US, Levels of personal debt, Another credit crunch, Another crash in the stock market, Weak consumer demand, Higher interest rates, Deflation

What are your expectations for your company over the next 12 months, What is the biggest concern facing your company (e.g. access to credit, internal organizational challenges, market fluctuation)

How important are foreign markets to your companyís growth [business confidence]

 
Publication Date:   6/23/2010
Frequency:   Quarterly
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/24/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269795
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Description:   Market share individual Canadians banks hold small and medium-sized businesses (SME) market (1989, 2000, 2009), Market share leaders by region

Rating of individual banks on financing, fees and service by business size (micro, small, mid-sized)

Median amount of financing approved by business size, % applied for financing in past 12 months, Loan rejection rate [access to credit] by size of business and bank, Interest rate over prime by bank and by size of firm

Rating of account manager by accessibility, understanding my business, credit decision-making authority.

 
Publication Date:   4/13/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   4/13/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269782
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Description:   Survey of automotive dealerships in Canada for 2009. Includes: Profitability performance (increased, decreased, stayed the same) by origin (Detroit three, Japanese, All other), Size of store, Region, Belong to multi-dealer group

Sales of new retail, new fleet, used retail, wholesale [car sales, used cars], Sales per employee, Sales per service bay

how new vehicle market share compares to regional average for your brand, Worth of dealership today vs. 2 to 3 years ago, vs. 2 to 3 years into the future, Is the dealership or dealer group looking to sell or acquire stores, Constraints to acquiring additional stores, Has source of commercial credit changed in the last 1 to 3 years (access to credit], Has interested rate changed on financing, Most desirable and least desirable brands to acquire

 
Publication Date:   4/7/2010
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, provinces
 
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Posted/Updated:   4/7/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269731
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Description:   Survey of Canadian business leaders on the economy and federal budget. Includes: Which of the following do you think best describes the Canadian economy at the current time - strong growth, moderate growth, moderate decline, strong decline?

Expectations for the Canadian economy, Your company [business confidence] over the next 12 months, How concerned are you about the current value of the Canadian dollar [exchange rates]

Is it more difficult or less difficult for your company to access credit and financing now compared with 12 months ago [access to credit]

 
Publication Date:   3/28/2010
Frequency:   Quarterly
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   3/29/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269572
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Description:   % of Canadian small business owners are planning to expand their business over the next six months, % are at the start-up stage, % said that they will require access to credit in the next six months to finance and grow their businesses.
 
Publication Date:   2/26/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/28/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269565
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Description:   Survey of senior executive officers of Canadian SMEs on business confidence. Includes: were "very" or "slightly" optimistic about Canada's economic outlook over the next 12 months, % believe the economy will turn around in the second half of 2010, 2011.

% expect to see an increase in revenue in the coming year, % expect to see an increase in profitability, % plan to invest more money in plants and machinery, % expect accessibility of financing to remain at the same level of accessibility over the next 12 months, % expect it to become more accessible. [access to financing]

% believe employment levels at their respective companies will remain stagnant, % said they would keep selling prices the same, % will not increase investments in new buildings, research & development [R&D], exports.

Includes limited provincial highlights

 
Publication Date:   2/25/2010
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/25/2010
 
 
 
ID #:   39269304
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Description:   Survey of defined benefit (DB) pension plans sponsors. Includes: % expecting to have to make higher contributions as a result of the credit crisis [Financial Crisis 2008], % felt that the additional contributions would have a significant impact on their business, % indicated they would not be taking advantage of the relief measures, primarily because they were not cash constrained

% have not yet developed a long-term strategy for managing pension risk, despite the fact that the recent credit crunch made it clear the world over that doing so is vital, % of organizations with DB plans are at least measuring their pension risk more often.

 
Publication Date:   12/18/2009
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   12/20/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39269285
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Description:   Survey of Canadians on the banking system. Includes: % are confident in the Canadian banking system, % believe Canadian banks are run well, % agree they are appropriately regulated, % agree that their bank has responded effectively to their credit needs during the recession [access to credit, Financial Crisis 2008]

Also key financial metrics of the 6 largest banks in Canada.

 
Publication Date:   12/14/2009
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   12/15/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39267918
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Description:   Business confidence index for SMEs in Quebec. Includes: Outlook on various issues: Short-term outlook for SMEs in general, for SMEs in your business, Hiring plans for the next 12 months, Capital spending, Access to financing.

Top concerns - % reporting: Operating costs, Recruitment, Access and cost of financing, U.S. protectionism, Competition from emerging countries, Cost of raw materials.

 
Publication Date:   12/4/2009
Frequency:   Quarterly
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Quebec
 
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Posted/Updated:   12/6/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39269210
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Description:   International report on the effect of the Financial Crisis 2008. Includes Canadian specific results: Extent to which the economic crisis has changed the way business is done, in reference to: Cash sales, Number of customers for whom credit terms have changed, Use of outsourced collections services, Frequency of review of buyers, Pursuit of new markets or sales channels for products, Focus on customer service, Staffing, Use of alternative financing

Extent to which the economic crisis has changed the use of risk mitigation instruments; Credit insurance: whole turnover, Credit insurance: excess of loss, Credit reports, Letter of credit, Self insurance, Advance payment, Factoring

Extent to which the following factor has impacted cash flow: Accessibility of financing [access to financing], Availability of credit insurance on buyers, Availability of credit from suppliers, Changes in use of cash sales, Number of customers, Stock / Inventory levels, Length of time within customers pay, Payment defaults

Economic expectations for 2010 9Exports, Corporate profits, Average property values, Bankruptcies, Unemployment, GDP, Expected time when the economic crisis will end, business will rebound. [business confidence]

 
Publication Date:   12/4/2009
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, Selected Countries
 
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Posted/Updated:   12/6/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268924
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Description:   Annual survey of private business leaders from across the country about the issues and challenges facing their organizations.

Includes: Business plans for 2009 have been compromised by lack of access to financing, Bank has noticeably tightened covenants in past six months, Company has increased/decreased net borrowings this year compared to last, Interest rate and fees on renewed borrowings has increased.

Business focus: Reducing costs of operations, Better targeting of customers, Expansion plans, Improving staff skills, Improving processes, Maximizing return on investment, Strategy definition/evaluation, Collaboration/strategic alliances, Staff retention, Increased R&D/innovation

Rating of company for talent management, Method of measuring commitment and loyalty of staff (absenteeism, staff turnover, evaluations, staff surveys, client surveys)

Strategies being used to encourage innovation in company, Top five opportunities created by recession being taken advantage of [Financial Crisis 2008]

Anticipated time for economy to come out of recession, How do you expect your business to develop in the next 12 months? [business confidence]

Climate change is an issue that will impact your company

 
Publication Date:   10/8/2009
Frequency:   Annual
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, some provincial detail
 
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Posted/Updated:   10/13/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268369
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Description:   This report describes financing activities of innovative small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in Canada and provides a comparison with non-innovative SMEs.

Includes: Profile of innovative and non-innovative SMEs ( e.g. % under 40 years old, % majority-owned by women, Year firm starting selling goods and services, Export activity, Industry, Number of full-time-equivalent employees)

Authorized and unauthorized debt financing request, Rate of discouraged borrowers, Debt approval rate, Purpose of debt financing, Amount of financing authorized. [access to credit]

Type of financier approached for equity financing (Venture capital firm, Employee, Crown corporation or government institution, Friend or relative, Angel investor), Lending terms, Type of collateral requested, Documentation required as part of the application process [Access to credit]

 
Publication Date:   10/1/2009
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   12/7/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268905
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Description:   Survey of private companies in Canada, % say their 2009 plans have not been compromised by lack of access to financing, % have a business loan with a financial institution, % say that their borrowings have either decreased or stayed the same in the past year.

% say that interest rates and fees were not increased or only slightly increased.

 
Publication Date:   9/29/2009
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   10/3/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268925
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Description:   Fact sheet on small and medium size business and banks in Canada. Includes: % of SMEs use a bank as their main financial institution, % report access to credit and a face-to-face relationship as the most important factors between SMEs and their banks

Sources of financing: supplier credit, personal savings, personal credit cards, retained earnings, business credit cards, personal lines of credit, leasing, personal loans, loans from friends and relatives, government lending agencies, angel investment.

% of SMEs have switched from one financial institution to another for some or all of their banking needs, When choosing a financial institution, % based their choice on credit services vs. non-credit banking services

Transaction type for day-to-day services - In-person teller, Internet banking

Banking services used by SMEs: deposit services, transaction accounts, payments facilitation, credit products, day-to-day cash management services, foreign exchange, records management, payroll, other advisory services, hedging, wealth management, software, exporting advice, succession planning.

 
Publication Date:   8/1/2009
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   10/13/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268525
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Description:   Survey of Canadian CEOs. What are your expectations for the Canadian economy over the next 12 months?

How long do you think it will be before the Canadian economy starts to turn around and experience growth? What are your expectations for your company over the next 12 months? What would you say are the lessons you have learned from the developments over the past year that have or will change how you do business? (Debt load, Monitor spending, Access to capital, Risk assessment, Expect the unexpected)

When this recession ends and the economy normalizes, do you think we will have a much higher, somewhat higher, somewhat lower or much lower standard of living than we used to have?

Confidence in the ability of your company to forecast business performance? Thinking of your companyís workforce over the next year, will you be: significantly increasing overall staffing & employment levels.

In the current quarter and next 2 quarters will you company be: Growing the business through acquisitions, Borrowing/Refinancing, Looking for new suppliers, Borrowing/Using debt markets to raise money, Using equity markets to raise money, Increasing capital spending, Looking to merge, Restructuring, Restoring inventory levels, Restoring staffing levels.

Has it become more or less difficult to access credit in the last 3 mos.?

What is the biggest challenge facing your company right now? (Access to Capital, Market fluctuations/inflation, Economic conditions, Internal/Organizational challenges, HR/Labour)

Performance expectations for: Equity markets, Access to credit for businesses, Consumer spending, Employment levels [unemployment], Housing starts, Property values, Viability/stability of pension plans, Income levels.

Includes some details by major industry sector (manufacturing, services, resources) and business size. [Business confidence, Financial Crisis 2008]

 
Publication Date:   6/22/2009
Frequency:   Quarterly
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/22/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268496
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Description:   This report examines borrowing and lending in Canada during the credit crunch. [Financial Crisis 2008]. Includes: Non-financial corporations new net financing (2005 to Q1 - 2009), Non-financial corporations new marketable funds, new non-marketable debt.

New borrowing by Canadian households (e.g. consumer credit, bank loans, mortgages) [Household debt (consumer)]

 
Publication Date:   6/4/2009
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Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   6/4/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39267945
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Description:   Survey of private companies in Canada. Includes: How would you classify your relationship with your banker in the following areas? (Open lines of communication, Is accessible, Provides business guidance)

% of private companies prepare financial forecasts looking at best and worst case scenarios and strategies for dealing with each one, Have you refined, revisited or increased the frequency of your forecasting in light of the current economic downturn [Financial Crisis 2008]

What time frame do you prepare forecasts for? Does your company routinely share its forecasts with your banker?

Have your business plans for 2009 been compromised by lack of access to financing?

 
Publication Date:   2/19/2009
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   2/20/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39268177
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Description:   Profile of small and medium-sized business borrowers under the Canada Small Business Financing Program (CSBFP) Compares CSBFP borrows to all entrepreneurs

Includes: Number and Value of CSBF Program Loans and Claims, 1999-2004, Profile of entrepreneurs (CSBF Program Borrowers and All SMEs) - Gender, Age, Managerial Experience, Business Acquisition (family business, acquired from non-family, start from scratch)

Distribution of CSBF Program Loans by industry sector, Financial Statement Figures - revenue, assets, liabilities, equities, Perceived obstacles to business growth and development, Financing request and approval rates, Security and documentation required by financial providers, Level of satisfaction among CSBF program borrowers with their main financial services provider, Sources of financing used during start-up, Sources of financing for established firms. [Access to credit]

 
Publication Date:   2/1/2009
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   4/1/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39267760
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Description:   This report examines borrowing and lending in the U.S. and Canada during the credit crunch. [Financial Crisis 2008]. Includes: Non-financial corporations new net financing (Q3 - 2004 to Q3 - 2008), Non-financial corporations new marketable funds, new non-marketable debt.
 
Publication Date:   12/23/2008
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   1/13/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39267784
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Description:   International poll on the impact of the Financial Crisis 2008. Includes the following Canadian specific data: For each of the following please indicate if any of the following have become better or worse: Cost of Food, Gasoline prices, Local currency, Job losses, Inflation (CPI), Access to credit, Utility prices, Home Prices or Mortgage Rates, Cost to Purchase a Vehicle.

Given the current state of the global economy, have you and your family had to cut back on your household spending recently? [Consumer confidence]

 
Publication Date:   12/23/2008
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Geography:   Canada, Selected Countries
 
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Posted/Updated:   1/17/2009
 
 
 
ID #:   39267676
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Description:   Survey of business leaders at Canada's largest companies on response to economic downturn [Financial crisis 2008] Includes: What are your expectations for the Canadian economy over the next 12 months, How long do you think it will be before the Canadian economy starts to turn around and experience growth? What are your expectations for the U.S. economy over the next 12 months, What are your expectations for your company over the next 12 months

Would you say that it is significantly harder to access financing? How much longer do you think the credit crunch will last? Outlook for specific economic and business indicators and sectors (Equity markets, Credit crunch/Access to credit, Banking system, Consumer spending & confidence, Pension fund liabilities, Housing sector starts and property value, Employment & income levels)

What is the biggest challenge facing your company right now? Most likely course of action in face of current economic condition (Reduce capital expenditures planned, Cut operating expenses, Dispose of non-core businesses or assets, Growing business through acquisitions, Looking to merge, Diverting cash from operations into pensions funds)

Thinking of your companyís workforce over the next year, will you be: significantly increasing overall staffing & employment levels, What would you say is the most important challenge facing Canadian businesses today? Most popular policy initiatives.

Includes some details by company size, region (Ontario/West) and sector (Manufacturing, Services, Resources) [Business Confidence]

 
Publication Date:   12/15/2008
Frequency:   Quarterly
Location Type:   Online
Geography:   Canada, Ontario, West
 
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Posted/Updated:   12/15/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39267555
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Description:   Survey of small business owners. Includes: % said they plan to "stay the course" during these uncertain times with few planning dramatic changes in how they run their business [Financial Crisis 2008], % are already feeling some negative impact from the downturn, % expecting things to worsen in the near term.

% acknowledge that their company will have serious problems in the near future if they donít have access to credit or loans [access to financing] for their day-to-day needs, % still want to grow their business. [Business Confidence]

 
Publication Date:   11/25/2008
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   11/28/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39267357
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Description:   % of SMEs (Small and medium sized businesses) expanding their operations into international markets indicated that their greatest challenges in this regard were: Getting access to financing, Distance to customers.
 
Publication Date:   10/21/2008
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Geography:   Canada
 
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Posted/Updated:   10/22/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39267367
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Description:   Commentary on economic outlook for small business in Canada. Includes: % growth in GDP (2008-2010), Average existing home prices (2008-2010), SME business confidence index (2008-2010)

Top small business concerns (Sept 2008) - % reporting: Cash flow, Rising fuel costs (gasoline prices), Currency fluctuations, uncertain economy, Hiring/ retaining talent, Access to credit [access to financing]

 
Publication Date:   10/20/2008
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Posted/Updated:   10/23/2008
 
 
 
ID #:   39267343
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Description:   % of Canadian small business owners say they'll 'stay the course' with few changes planned in how they run their business in face of the current economic turmoil, % say they're 'wary and cautious', % 'unfazed and upbeat', % are feeling or expect to feel a negative impact from the current economic environment in the near term

% of small business owners believe the Canadian economy will be affected but will 'avoid serious damage' vs. will be 'dragged down into a recession or worse', % intend to take action to alleviate the strains imposed by challenging economic times, % are worried about the short term viability of their business, % acknowledge that their company will have serious problems in the near future if they don't have access to credit or loans for what they want to do [access to financing]

Of the small business owners planning to do things differently, % will focus on: Cut back expenses, Pay down debt, Pay themselves less, Cut back on marketing spend, Diversify, Expand aggressively, Lay off people. [business confidence]

 
Publication Date:   10/16/2008
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Posted/Updated:   10/20/2008
 
 
 
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