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Kirin Group profile

  Group companies Geographical classification 2015 2016 2017
Sales
(¥ billion)
(“Revenue" from FY2017)
Total consolidated *1   2,196.9 2,075.0 1,863.7
  Kirin Brewery *2 Japan 707.2 684.5 647.0
  Kirin Beverage Japan 372.0 354.6 285.7
  Mercian Japan 69.3 66.3 65.3
  Lion Overseas / Oceania 438.7 372.6 348.7
  Brasil Kirin Overseas / Brazil 134.2 117.9 -
  Myanmar Brewery Overseas / Southeast Asia - 22.4 25.6
  Kyowa Hakko Kirin Japan 364.3 343.0 354.2
  Other and elimination - 111.2 113.7 137.2
Number of employees *3 Total consolidated   39,888 39,733 31,033
  Kirin Holdings & Kirin Japan 953 1,025 1,062
  Kirin Brewery *2 Japan 3,418 3,229 2,890
  Kirin Beverage Japan 3,963 3,850 3,644
  Mercian Japan 676 654 646
  Lion Overseas / Oceania 5,542 5,556 5,304
  Brasil Kirin Overseas / Brazil 10,851 11,114 -
  Myanmar Brewery Overseas / Southeast Asia 999 1,075 1,167
  Kyowa Hakko Kirin Japan 7,435 7,499 7,532
  Other - 6,051 5,731 8,788
*1
The Company used Japanese GAAP until FY2016, adopting IFRS in FY2017. Under IFRS, revenue for FY2017 was down ¥ 107.1 billion compared with revenue presented on a Japanese GAAP basis.
*2
The figures are combined value of Kirin Brewery and Kirin Beer Marketing. (The two companies merged as Kirin Brewery in January 2017)
*3
Figures are as of the end of each period.

Environmental

Indicator Boundary 2014 2015 2016 GRI Reference Reference Page
Biological resources
Number of tea farms in Sri Lanka supported (to date), in efforts to be certified as sustainable farms *1 30 70 90 - Protect the environment and preserve ecosystems
Number of cases of Rainforest Alliance certification acquired (to date) *1 20 30 40 -
Percentage of cases of certification acquired for palm oil in primary and secondary raw materials *a *2 100 100 100 - Biological Resources(1MB)
Water resources
Freshwater consumption (thousand m3)   87,380 86,625 87,861 303-1
(2016)
Reduce water usage, preserve water sources
  Japan   60,163 60,184 60,530 303-1
(2016)
  Oceania   5,807 5,444 5,514 303-1
(2016)
  Brazil   11,067 9,140 8,441 303-1
(2016)
  Southeast Asia   490 2,317 2,560 303-1
(2016)
  Other   9,852 9,540 10,816 303-1
(2016)
Recycled water consumption at plants and offices (thousand m3)   43,964 46,825 41,871 303-3
(2016)
Reused water consumption at plants and offices (thousand m3)   13,020 13,510 13,397 303-3
(2016)
Drainage volume (thousand m3)   78,951 76,987 77,130 306-1
(2016)
Containers and packaging
Use of resources for containers and packaging (thousand tons)   819 845 889 301-1
(2016)
Increase the sustainability of containers and packaging
Global warming
Greenhouse gas emissions (thousand tons of CO2e)   6,190 6,065 6,173 - Reduce GHG emissions
  Scope 1 *b   478 480 494 305-1
(2016)
  Scope 2 *b   624 647 634 305-2
(2016)
  Scope 3 *3 5,088 4,938 5,045 305-3
(2016)
Greenhouse gas emission intensity per unit of net sales
(tons of CO2e/¥million)
  0.50 0.51 0.54 305-4
(2016)
Energy use (TJ)   15,479 15,607 15,581 302-1
(2016)
Reducing industrial wastes and preventing pollution
Waste generation (thousand tons)   613 607 670 306-2
(2016)
Reducing and Recycling Waste Materials(211KB)
Recycling rate (%) *5 99 99 99 306-2
(2016)
NOx emissions (tons)   266 262 433 305-7
(2016)
SOx emissions (tons)   12 18 11 305-7
(2016)
VOC emissions (tons) *4 608 492 507 305-7
(2016)
Emissions of Class I designated chemical substances under PRTR Act (tons) *4 72.5 61.6 59.1 -
Environmental management
Number of companies reviewed in environmental audits *c *5 25 18 10 - Policy and System
Number of participants in environmental training *d *5 884 411 454 -
Number of violations of environment-related laws and regulations   1 0 0 307-1
(2016)
*a
Method of purchasing (Book & Claim method) sustainable palm oil approved by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO)
*b
Calculated based on the calculation standards provided in the Act on Promotion of Global Warming Countermeasures and the Act on the Rational Use of Energy. From fiscal 2015 and onward, figures for Lion and Brasil Kirin are calculated using the emission coefficient determined by the governments in their respective countries of operation. The emission coefficient by country publicized by the IEA is used for the CO2 emission coefficient associated with power use overseas in cases where no emission coefficient is reported by utility companies. Emission amounts include those associated with the power sold.
*c
Environmental audits conducted by Kirin Holdings and audits planned and conducted (excluding internal audits of business offices) by the Environment Management System Secretariat of the Head Office (Kirin CSV Strategy Department).
*d
Participants in training provided by the Technical Talent Development Center and Kirin CSV Strategy Department.

Boundary

Figures without boundary notes are the totals for the following entities for 2014, 2015 and 2016, respectively.

2014: Kirin Holdings, Japan Integrated Beverages Business (Kirin, Kirin and Communications, Kirin Engineering, Kirin City, Kirin Techno-System, Kirin Brewery, Kirin Beer Marketing (merged into Kirin Brewery in January 2017), Kirin Distillery, KIRIN GROUP LOGISTICS, Diageo Kirin, Eishogen, Mercian, NIPPON LIQUOR, Daiichi Alcohol, Wine Curation, Kirin Beverage, Shinshu Beverage, Kirin Chilled Beverage, Hokkaido Kirin Beverage, Kirin Maintenance Service, each site of Kirin Beverage Service (Hokkaido, Sendai, Tokyo, Chubu, Kyushu), Hakodate Daiichi Vending, KIRINVIVAX (the former VIVAX integrated with Kyushu Kirin Beverage Service in January 2016)), Overseas Integrated Beverages Business (Kirin Brewery (Zhuhai), Lion, Brasil Kirin, Interfood, Vietnam Kirin Beverage), Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group (Kyowa Hakko Kirin, KYOWA MEDEX, Kyowa Hakko Bio, KYOWA PHARMA CHEMICAL (formerly, Daiichi Fine Chemical, company name changed in October 2015), Kyowa Hakko Kirin China Pharmaceutical, BioKyowa Inc., Shanghai Kyowa Amino Acid), other Group companies (Kirin Business Expert, KIRIN BUSINESS SYSTEM, KOIWAI DAIRY PRODUCTS, YOKOHAMA ARENA, Kirin Echo)

2015: The following has been added to the above boundaries for 2014.
Japan Integrated Beverages Business (SPRING VALLEY BREWERY, Kirin Beverage Value Vendor, KIRIN Tropicana), Overseas Integrated Beverages Business (AZUMA KIRIN [formerly, Tozan Nousan Kako, company name changed in July 2016], Myanmar Brewery), Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group (Thai Kyowa Biotechnologies)

2016: The following has been added to the above boundaries for 2015.
Japan Integrated Beverages Business (Kansai Kirin Beverage Service), Overseas Integrated Beverages Business (Four Roses Distillery)
The following has been eliminated from the above boundaries due to revisions to the scope of calculation
Japan Integrated Beverages Business (Diageo Kirin)

*1
Japan Integrated Beverages Business
*2
Kirin Holdings, Japan Integrated Beverages Business, other Group companies
*3
Japan Integrated Beverages Business (Kirin, Kirin Brewery, Kirin Distillery, KIRIN GROUP LOGISTICS, Mercian, Daiichi Alcohol, Kirin Beverage, Shinshu Beverage, Kirin Chilled Beverage), Overseas Integrated Beverages Business (Kirin Brewery (Zhuhai), Lion, Brasil Kirin, Interfood, Vietnam Kirin Beverage, Myanmar Brewery [calculated as of fiscal 2016]), Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group (Kyowa Hakko Kirin, Kyowa Hakko Bio, KYOWA PHARMA CHEMICAL (formerly, Daiichi Fine Chemical, company name changed in October 2015), Bio Kyowa Inc., Shanghai Kyowa Amino Acid), other Group company (KOIWAI DAIRY PRODUCTS)
*4
Kyowa Hakko Kirin, KYOWA MEDEX, Kyowa Hakko Bio, KYOWA PHARMA CHEMICAL
*5
Kirin Holdings, Japan Integrated Beverages Business, other Group companies, Kyowa Hakko Kirin, KYOWA MEDEX, Kyowa Hakko Bio, KYOWA PHARMA CHEMICAL

Social

Indicator Boundary 2015 2016 2017 GRI Reference Reference Page
Customer
Total number of incidents of non-compliance with regulations and recall*a   1 7 13 416-2
(2016)
Safety and security of our products Policy and System
Percentage of production sites certified under a GFSI-recognized food safety management system (%)*b *1 9.5 11.6 32.6 -
Number of responsible drinking programs*c *2 10 11 12 - A Responsible Alcohol Producer
Percentage of marketing departments staff trained in responsible alcohol marketing policies and codes (%)*d *3 91.9 89.2 89.2 - A Responsible Alcohol Producer Policy and System
Number of incidents of non-compliance with alcohol marketing and advertising codes*e *4 1 1 0 417-3
(2016)
Sales revenue from low-energy products (¥ billion)*f, g, h *5 177.8 184.5 152.0 - Help consumers manage daily energy and nutrient intake
Sales revenue from low-sugar products (¥ billion)*f, g, h *5 168.2 175.7 146.3 -
Sales revenue from low-fat products (¥ billion)*f, g, h *6 30.2 24.7 24.5 -
Sales revenue from products enhanced / fortified to address nutrient deficiencies
(¥ billion)*f, g, i
*5 151.2 139.1 131.0 -
Sales revenue from reduced-portion-size products (¥ billion)*f, g, j *5 28.3 28.1 25.7 -
Community
Amount of community investments (¥ million)*g, k   1,786 1,526 1,672 201-1
(2016)
Regional revitalization through business activities
Supplier
Percentage of suppliers to which risk assessment has been applied (%)*l *7 47.0 39.6 47.8 308-2
(2016)/
414-2
(2016)
Activities to Promote CSR Procurement
Percentage of Procurement Department staff trained in supply chain policy (%) *7 100.0 83.8 96.1 - Policy on CSR Procurement
Percentage of self-assessed suppliers *m *7 25.4 23.3 28.2 308-2
(2016)/
414-2
(2016)
Activities to Promote CSR Procurement
Reported number of incidents of child labor on supply chain *7 0 0 0 408-1
(2016)
Respecting Human Rights
Reported number of incidents of forced labor on supply chain *7 0 0 0 409-1
(2016)
Employee
Employee engagement score (%)*n *8 68 66 66 - Human resources and corporate culture
Average number of actual hours worked per year (hours/employee) *7, 9, 10 1,902 1,788 1,836 - Occupational Safety and Health
  Japan *9, 10 1,902 1,896 1,938 -
  Overseas *7, 9 - 1,669 1,703 -
Percentage of employees to whom health and safety policy has been applied (%)*o *10, 11 100.0 100.0 100.0 -
Employee fatalities due to accidents at work *11 0 0 0 403-2
(2016)
Lost time injury rate (LTIR) (number/million hours)*p *10, 12, 13 3.04 2.82 2.16 403-2
(2016)
  Japan *10, 12 0.47 0.21 0.51 403-2
(2016)
  Overseas *12, 13 6.32 6.28 4.88 403-2
(2016)
Percentage of employees covered by collective bargaining agreements (%) *10, 14 46.9 49.9 47.8 102-41
(2016)
Respecting Human Rights
Percentage of employees to whom human rights policy has been applied (%)*q *10, 13 100.0 100.0 100.0 -
Percentage of employees trained in human rights policy (%)*r *10, 13, 15 99.3 99.6 99.6 412-2
(2016)
Number of grievances about labor practices or human rights impacts filed, addressed, and resolved through formal grievance mechanisms *7 46 61 70 103-2
(2016)
Compliance
Respecting Human Rights
Percentage of directors who are women (%)*s *16 8.9 11.5 12.0 102-18
(2016)
Approach to Promoting Diversity Creating a Corporate Culture that Promotes Diversity
Percentage of managers who are women (%) *14 10.6 12.2 14.7 405-1
(2016)
  Japan *14 5.2 5.7 6.7 405-1
(2016)
  Overseas   28.4 30.8 33.3 405-1
(2016)
Percentage of employees who are women (%) *10, 14 28.4 28.9 29.1 405-1
(2016)
Percentage of new hires who are women (%)*t   44.0 41.0 41.7 401-1
(2016)
Average length of service (years/employee)   14.3 13.8 13.8 - Human resources and corporate culture
Approach to Promoting Diversity Creating a Corporate Culture that Promotes Diversity
  Men   15.3 14.8 14.8 -
  Women   11.5 11.2 11.4 -
Percentage of employees by age group (%) Under 30 *10, 14 15.6 16.2 16.9 405-1
(2016)
Approach to Promoting Diversity Creating a Corporate Culture that Promotes Diversity
30-49 *10, 14 59.1 58.4 58.7 405-1
(2016)
50 and over *10, 14 25.3 25.4 24.4 405-1
(2016)
Percentage of disabled employees (%) Japan*u *10 2.40 2.42 2.31 405-1
(2016)
Full-time staff turnover rate
(%)*v
*17 13.8 10.6 12.1 401-1
(2016)
Development of human resources, open and accommodating organizational culture
  Japan *17 3.8 3.2 4.0 401-1
(2016)
  Overseas   29.4 20.4 22.7 401-1
(2016)
Return to work rates after parental leave (%) *7, 18 97.4 93.9 89.2 401-3
(2016)
Approach to Promoting Diversity Creating a Corporate Culture that Promotes Diversity
  Men *7, 18 100.0 100.0 98.0 401-3
(2016)
  Women *7, 18 96.5 91.5 87.6 401-3
(2016)
Percentage of employees receiving regular performance and career development reviews (%)*w *10, 14 76.0 78.1 73.3 404-3
(2016)
Development of human resources, open and accommodating organizational culture
  Men *10, 14 77.0 79.3 74.1 404-3
(2016)
  Women *10, 14 73.5 75.3 71.3 404-3
(2016)
*a
Recalls by either regulations or voluntary quality standards.
*b
GFSI: Global Food Safety Initiative, a non-profit foundation with industry-driven global collaboration to provide continuous improvement in food safety management systems. The foundation is powered by the Consumer Goods Forum and recognizes nine certification schemes including FSSC 22000 as of 2017.
*c
Includes external programs and internal programs
*d
A fiscal-year-end percentage of marketing departments staff of the companies included, who were trained in responsible alcohol advertising and promotion policies and/or voluntary industry codes at least once in the past. Most of the companies included conduct the training for all newcomers to their marketing departments.
*e
The most relevant alcohol industry codes applied in the Group's major operating countries are as follows: Japan: Voluntary Code for the Advertising and Marketing of Alcohol Beverages and the Labeling of Alcohol Beverage Containers; Australia: ABAC Responsible Alcohol Marketing Code; and New Zealand: Code for Advertising and Promotion of Alcohol.
In addition, alcohol marketing and advertising in Myanmar is subject to regulation by the censorship board “Press Security and Registration Board” of the Ministry of Information. Details of non-compliant incidents are as follows.
FY2015 Lion (1) Details: http://www.abac.org.au/127-15/
FY2016 Lion (1) Details: http://www.abac.org.au/120-122-125-16/
*f
Sales/revenue figures for FY2016 and prior years are presented on a Japanese GAAP basis, and such figures for FY2017 and later are presented on an IFRS basis.
*g
Overseas figures are converted into yen by the following exchange rates. Lion: AUD1 = JPY93.16 (2015), JPY82.33 (2016), JPY86.33 (2017); Myanmar Brewery: MMK('000) = JPY90.62 (2016), 82.33 (2017)
*h
These are the group total sales revenue from products which contain energy/sugars/fat not more than the upper reference limit of ‘low-content’ claim, provided in Japanese Nutrition Labeling Standards and the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code. Zero-calorie products are also classified as ‘low-energy products,’ zero-sugar products as ‘low-sugar products,’ and zero-fat products as ‘low-fat products.’
*i
The group total sales revenue from products which contain any of the following nutrient components not less than the lower reference limit of ‘source’ claim, provided in Japanese Nutrition Labeling Standards and the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code. The nutrient components covered here are; protein, calcium, iron*, vitamin A*, vitamin B1*, vitamin B6*, vitamin C*, and dietary fiber*.
* applied to Japanese businesses only
*j
The group total sales revenue from products whose portion size is not more than 300ml (e.g., soft drinks and liquid dairy products) and 140g (e.g., solid dairy products). They exclude zero-calorie and zero-sugar products. In addition, they only include products whose contained energy per portion size is not more than 60kcal*.
* applied to Japanese businesses only
*k
Excludes temporary investments including support for disaster-stricken areas
*l
Measure of risk assessment: The Japan Integrated Beverages Business, Lion, and the Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group conduct surveys of suppliers. Myanmar Brewery conducts an audit on key suppliers and gives them feedback for improvement when necessary.
*m
Since 2015, the Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group has been conducting a supplier survey every other year, rather than issuing one on an annual basis. As such, for the years in which the survey is not conducted, the survey results announced will be from the previous year's survey.
*n
Each Group company conducts its own employee engagement surveys. The figures here are average scores weighted by the number of respondents for each.
*o
Each Group company has its own health and safety policy in place (e.g., Japan Integrated Beverages Business: Health and Safety Rules; Lion: The Safety & Well-being Policy Statement; Myanmar Brewery: MBL Human Resource Policy; Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group: Basic Policy on the Environment, Safety, and Product Safety). These policies apply to all Group employees, who are informed of such through any one of the following means: induction programs, notification via the intranet, or health and safety training.
*p
The number of accidents at work per one million hours worked, which can be converted into per approximately 500 employees. The figure only includes accidents which result in an at least one full day away from work duties.
*q
The overarching human rights policy across the Group is provided for in the Kirin Group Human Rights Policy.
Please see the following page
The Kirin Group's human rights policy
Each Group company has its own human rights policy in place (e.g., Japan Integrated Beverages Business: Kirin Group Compliance Guidelines (“The RULE”); Lion: “Respect at Work” Policy and “Personal Behaviour Standards” Policy; Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group: Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group Compliance Policy). These policies apply to all Group employees, who are informed of such through any one of the following means: induction programs, booklets, notification via the intranet, or training that includes e-learning programs.
*r
Each Group company conducts its own training programs, including online education and group seminars.
*s
The fiscal-year-end combined number of directors of the companies included. Regarding Japanese Group companies, the number of Audit & Supervisory Board Members is also included.
*t
Includes mid-career hires
*u
A percentage of regular employees, calculated based on the Employment Rate System for Persons with Disabilities enacted by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare.
*v
The number of employees who left the organization during this reporting period / the total number of full-time employees at the end of the reporting period (including employees who leave the organization voluntarily or due to dismissal, retirement, or death in service.) Casual staff and contractors are partly included in the overseas figures.
*w
A percentage of all employees including non-full-time staff.

Boundary

The figures without boundary notes represent combined totals for Kirin Holdings, Japan Integrated Beverages Business (Kirin, Kirin Brewery, Kirin Beverage, and Mercian), Lion, Myanmar Brewery (2016 and later), and Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group. Brasil Kirin is retrospectively excluded in 2015 and 2016 due to the transfer of its shares in 2017. This applies to the following coverage percentages as well.

*1
Production sites at Kirin Brewery, Kirin Distillery, Mercian, Kirin Beverage, Shinshu Beverage, KOIWAI DAIRY PRODUCTS, Lion, and Myanmar Brewery are covered. Excludes small plants
*2
The total number of programs implemented at Kirin Brewery, Lion, and Myanmar Brewery
*3
Alcohol Marketing Department staff at Kirin, Kirin Brewery, Mercian, Lion, and Myanmar Brewery are covered.
*4
Alcohol advertisements and promotions conducted by Kirin Brewery, Mercian, Lion, and Myanmar Brewery are covered.
*5
Soft drinks and dairy products (solid & liquid) sold by Kirin Beverage, KOIWAI DAIRY PRODUCTS, and Lion are covered. Alcoholic beverages are excluded.
*6
Dairy products (solid & liquid) sold by KOIWAI DAIRY PRODUCTS and Lion are covered. Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages are excluded.
*7
Figures for 2015 and prior years exclude Lion.
*8
Figures for 2015 and prior years exclude the Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group. The figures account for 54.2% (2015), 85.0% (2016), and 78.1% (2017) of the Kirin Group total.
*9
The Japan Integrated Beverages Business and the Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group are partly included. The figures account for 27.0% (2015), 57.6% (2016), and 58.0% (2017) of the Kirin Group total.
*10
Figures for 2016 and prior years exclude Kirin Beer Marketing, which was merged into Kirin Brewery in 2017.
*11
The Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group is partly included. The figures account for 59.6% (2015), 63.3% (2016), and 61.7% (2017) of the Kirin Group total.
*12
The Japan Integrated Beverages Business and the Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group are partly included. The figures account for 50.1% (2015), 49.8% (2016), and 50.6% (2017) of the Kirin Group total.
*13
Excludes Myanmar Brewery
*14
For the Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group, only the parent company is included. The figures account for 63.5% (2015), 67.4% (2016), and 65.4% (2017) of the Kirin Group total.
*15
For the Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group, only Japanese Group companies are included. The figures account for 73.2% (2015), 72.5% (2016), and 70.2% (2017) of the Kirin Group total.
*16
Includes Kirin Holdings, Kirin, Lion, Myanmar Brewery, and Kyowa Hakko Kirin. Kirin subsidiaries (Kirin Brewery, Kirin Beverage, and Mercian) are not included.
*17
The Japan Integrated Beverages Business is partly included. For the Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group, only the parent company is included. The figures account for 59.5% (2015), 63.8% (2016), and 58.3% (2017) of the Kirin Group total.
*18
For the Kyowa Hakko Kirin Group, only the parent company is included. The figures account for 40.3% (2015), 67.4% (2016), and 65.4% (2017) of the Kirin Group total.

Governance

Indicator 2017
Board of Directors, Audit & Supervisory Board, and Advisory Committee
Organization structure Company with Audit & Supervisory Board
Chairperson of the Board Toshio Arima (Independent Outside Director)
Separation of the Chairperson of the Board and the CEO Separate
Number of directors 9
Number of independent outside directors 3
Number of female directors 1
Term of office of directors 1 year
Attendance rate at meetings of the Board of Directors 96%
Number of Audit & Supervisory Board Members 5
Number of independent outside Audit & Supervisory Board Members 3
Number of female Audit & Supervisory Board Members 1
Term of office of Audit & Supervisory Board Members 4 years
Attendance rate at meetings of the Audit & Supervisory Board 99%
Chairperson of the Nomination and Remuneration Advisory Committee Kimie Iwata (Independent Outside Director)
Number of members of the Nomination and Remuneration Advisory Committee 5 (Outside: Kimie Iwata, Shoshi Arakawa, Katsunori Nagayasu;
   inside: Yoshinori Isozaki, Toshiya Miyoshi)
Attendance rate at meetings of the Nomination and Remuneration Advisory Committee 97%
Remuneration of Officers
Basic Policy, Incentive Compensation, Officer Remuneration, etc. Please see the following page
Remuneration of Officers
Shareholders' rights
Golden share None
Limits on shareholders' rights None
Introduction of anti-takeover measures None
Introduction of poison pill None
Accounting
Independent Accounting Auditor KPMG AZSA LLC
Notes regarding unqualified opinion or going concern assumption in accounting audit None

Note : Governance data is current as of March 31, 2018. However, attendance rate at meetings of the Board of Directors, Audit & Supervisory Board, and Nomination and Remuneration Advisory Committee represent the results from the period covering January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017.

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