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Daily News 02 / 03 / 2017

Brussels, 2 March 2017

President Juncker's speech on the White Paper at the European Parliament: "Quo vadis Europa at 27? Avenues for a united future at 27"

As announced in President Juncker's 2016 State of the Union speech, he yesterday presented the "White Paper on the Future of Europe: Avenues for Unity for the EU at 27", which forms the Commission's contribution to the Rome Summit on 25 March 2017. President Juncker said: "Quo vadis Europe at 27? There is no better time, there is also no other time, than now to have this admittedly difficult debate." The White Paper sets out the main challenges and opportunities for Europe in the coming decade. It presents five scenarios for how the Union could evolve by 2025 depending on how it chooses to respond. "The choices we make today, tomorrow, in two years from now, until 2025, have to be guided by a full understanding of their implications, not for us, but for the generations to come. Because we will be judged not for what we inherited but for what we leave behind," said President Juncker. Read the full speech here. A press release and the full White Paper are also available. See also: The European Story - 60 years of shared progress. (For more information: Margaritis Schinas – Tel.: +32 229 60524; Mina Andreeva – Tel.: +32 229 91382; Natasha Bertaud – Tel.: +32 460 767456)

 

President Juncker on official visit to Slovenia to present White Paper on the Future of Europe  

President Jean-Claude Juncker is in Ljubljana, Slovenia for an official visit today and tomorrow, where he will participate in a Citizens' Dialogue together with Miro Cerar, Prime Minister of Slovenia. President Juncker, who is being accompanied on the trip by Commissioner Violeta Bulc, will meet Prime Minister Cerar for a working lunch followed by a joint press statement at 15:00 CET, which will be live streamed on EbS. He will then join the Prime Minister in a Citizens' Dialogue at 17:00 CET where they will discuss with over 400 participants what opportunities the EU offers to young people and how the Union should develop in the years to come. This is President Juncker's first Citizens' Dialogue since he presented the Commission's White Paper on the Future of the European Union to the European Parliament in Brussels yesterdaywhich intends to launch a broad debate across Europe about how the EU should evolve at 27. The Citizens' Dialogue will also be live streamed on EbS and on Facebook. On Friday, President Juncker will meet with Borut Pahor, the President of Slovenia, as well as Milan Brglez, the President of the National Assembly. At 11:25, President Juncker, together with the President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani, will participate in the opening of the House of the European Union in Ljubljana before joining Prime Minister Cerar for an informal lunch. (For more information: Natasha Bertaud – Tel.: +32 460 767456; Maja Kocijancic – Tel.: +32 229 86570)

 

President Juncker outlines migration package in letter to President Tusk ahead of European Council

Ahead of next week's European Council, President Juncker has written a letter to the President of the European Council Donald Tusk outlining a package of measures on migration which were adopted by the College today. It includes new guidance on returns, and updates of progress on some of the key migration work-strands which are part of the European Union's comprehensive migration policy. They are presented together given their close linkages and form the Commission's contribution to the discussion on migration at the March European Council. In the letter, President Juncker wrote: "The credibility of our actions inside the Union, at our borders and in our migration management is central to building mutual trust and enabling us to act collectively when one Member State is exposed to a high level of migration pressure. By the same token, the more that we can work effectively with third country partners on a joint agenda to address the causes of migration flows at their roots, the greater is the space to ensure a fair and effective system of asylum and migration management here in the EU. All these initiatives have in common that they rest on solidarity, they require responsibility, and that, together, they will deliver a step-change in our ability to manage migration and meet our humanitarian obligations." (For more information: Margaritis Schinas – Tel.: +32 229 60524; Mina Andreeva – Tel.: +32 229 91382; Natasha Bertaud – Tel.: +32 460 767456)

 

Migration: Commission presents new measures for an efficient and credible EU return policy

After the Malta Summit of 3 February 2017 highlighted the need for a review of EU return policy, the Commission is today following through with a renewed EU Action Plan on Return and a set of recommendations to Member States on how to make return procedures more effective. The measures proposed by the Commission consist of practical steps which can have an immediate impact. They focus on closing loopholes and applying the existing rules with the rigour and realism required to ensure they deliver in practice in line with fundamental rights requirements. A press release and a Q&A are available. (For more information: Natasha Bertaud – Tel.: +32 229 67456; Tove Ernst – Tel.: +32 229 86764; Markus Lammert – Tel.: +32 229 80423; Katarzyna Kolanko – Tel.: +32 299 63444)

 

Migration: Commission calls for renewed efforts in implementing solidarity measures

In the form of three progress reports, the Commission is today making a renewed call on Member States to pick up the pace of relocation to alleviate pressure from Italy and Greece, with few having met their commitments in full. The Commission is also calling on Member States to make good on the strong political commitment given and fill gaps in manpower and equipment by the end of March for the European Border and Coast Guard Agency. With the EU-Turkey Statement continuing, one year on, to keep irregular crossings under control but with arrivals still outpacing returns, the Commission is also calling on Greece and all Member States to keep up the momentum in implementing the Joint Action Plan to improve the situation in the islands. A press release and a Q&A are available. (For more information: Natasha Bertaud – Tel.: +32 229 67456; Tove Ernst – Tel.: +32 229 86764; Markus Lammert – Tel.: +32 229 80423; Katarzyna Kolanko – Tel.: +32 229 63444)

 

Migration: Commission calls for accelerated delivery under the Migration Partnership Framework and further actions along the Central Mediterranean Route

Today, the Commission and the High Representative/Vice-President are reporting for the third time on the progress made under the Migration Partnership Framework and are presenting the first steps taken to implement actions along the Central Mediterranean Route, as laid out in the Malta Declaration of 3 February and the Joint Communication from 25 January. Please see the full press release, a Q&A, factsheet on the partnership framework and factsheets on the progress made in the five priority countries. (For more information: Nabila Massrali – Tel.: +32 229-69218; Esther Osorio – Tel.: +32 229-62076)

 

Security Union: Fifth report on progress towards an effective and sustainable Security Union

Today, the Commission presented its fifth report on progress made towards an effective and sustainable Security Union. The report focuses on the implementation of different priority files and urges for a swift adoption of several legislation, including the Terrorism Directive and the Firearms Directive. It also underlines the Commission's efforts on non-legislative files aimed at enhancing the EU's resilience in fighting terrorism and radicalisation. Commissioner for the Security Union Julian King said: "Member States and the EU institutions have taken a number of decisions over recent months and years and we need now to make sure that those are put into effect. For some files we need to push for a full implementation by taking up infringement actions, as we did in the case of explosives precursors or the Prüm Decisions. For others, where the implementation date is still ahead of us, for instance with Passenger Name Records, we need to ensure that Member States have the necessary assistance to hit the implementation target. We need to create an effective and sustainable Security Union and for that, the implementation of legislative as well as non-legislative files is vital." The next progress report will take stock on the EU Policy Cycle against organised crime. The updated factsheet on the Security Union is available here. (For more information: Natasha Bertaud – Tel.: +32 229 67456; Tove Ernst – Tel.: +32 229 86764; Katarzyna Kolanko – Tel.: +32 229 63444)

 

Juncker Plan: Investment Plan for Europe unlocks EUR 15 million for Bulgarian SMEs

The European Investment Fund (EIF) and DSK Bank have signed an agreement to provide EUR 15 million in financing to innovative Bulgarian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and small mid-caps under the European Commission's InnovFin initiative, backed by the EU's research and innovation programme Horizon 2020. The EIF is providing a guarantee that will enable DSK Bank to provide loans on advantageous terms to SMEs which would otherwise not have been able to access finance. This agreement was made possible by the support of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI). The EFSI is the central pillar of the European Commission's Investment Plan for Europe, the so-called "Juncker Plan". European Commission Vice-President, Jyrki Katainen, responsible for Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness, said: “SMEs are playing a crucial role in creating jobs and spurring growth in the Bulgarian economy. Today's agreement demonstrates that our strategy to support these SMEs through creating financing solutions that would otherwise not have been available to them is working. I wish the small businesses that will benefit from the financing backed by the Investment Plan every success.” A full press release is available here. (For more information: Annika Breidthardt – Tel.: +32 229 56153; Enda McNamara – Tel.: +32 229 64976)

 

Commission awards €20 million in emergency migration funding to Sweden  

The Commission has awarded €20 million in emergency funding to Sweden under the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF). The funding will be provided to the Swedish Migration Agency to increase reception and accommodation capacity following the arrival of an exceptional number of asylum seekers to Sweden and the ensuing impact on the national asylum system. The emergency funding comes on top of the €226.73 million already allocated to Sweden under the national programmes for AMIF and Internal Security Fund (ISF) for the period 2014-2020. (For more information: Natasha Bertaud – Tel.: +32 229 67456; Tove Ernst – Tel.: +32 229 86764; Markus Lammert – Tel.: +32 229 80423; Katarzyna Kolanko – Tel.: +32 299 63444)

 

EUR 10 million of loans for cultural and creative SMEs in Romania

The European Investment Fund and Libra Internet Bank have today signed the first guarantee agreement in Romania supported under the new Cultural and Creative Sectors Guarantee Facility from the EU's Creative Europe programme. The European Union's support allows Libra Internet Bank to start targeting a new sector and to roll-out a new financing product to support a portfolio of RON 45 million (ca. EUR 10 million) of loans to companies over the next two years. More than 200 SMEs in the cultural and creative sectors (including editorial and computer game publishing, performing arts, artistic creation) are expected to access this new programme. Andrus Ansip, Vice-President for the Digital Single Market, and Tibor Navracsics, Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, said: "Today's agreement is excellent news for Romanian SMEs active in all creative sectors, from festivals and design to literature and artistic crafts. More than 200 of them will benefit from the backing of our guarantee facility. This is a very good tool to bridge the financing gap for these sectors. It contributes to supporting Europe's diverse and rich culture. And it proves that the Commission's framework programme Creative Europe can effectively use innovative ways to support the culture and creative sectors and inspire partnerships across Europe." Set up under the cross-sectoral strand of the Creative Europe programme, the Cultural and Creative Sectors Guarantee Facility is the first EU investment instrument with such a wide scope in the culture and creative sectors. It pursues the same objective as the SME window of the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), which drives the Investment Plan for Europe: increasing lending to SMEs to enable them to scale up their activities. Read the full press release here. (For more information: Nathalie Vandystadt – Tel.: +32 229 67083; Inga Höglund - Tel.: +32 229 50698)

 

European Union will continue to empower women in developing countries

Today, Neven Mimica, Commissioner in charge of International Cooperation and Development took a strong stand in defence of gender equality and women's rights at the Brussels "She Decides" conference. This ministerial conference, advocating women's empowerment, including through access to inclusive health and family planning services, was organised in Brussels by the Development Ministers of Belgium, the Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark. At this occasion, Commissioner Mimica stressed:  "Access to family planning is an important element of our fight for gender equality and women's rights and empowerment. 225 million women in the developing world still have unmet needs for modern family planning methods and access to information, and the number risks rising. The European Commission is currently assessing actual needs on the ground and the dimension of funding gaps as a basis to generate, together with our partners, additional funding. I am strongly committed to do everything in my power to make sure that these needs will be met." Read a previous statement here. (For further information: Carlos Martín Ruiz de Gordejuela – Tel.: + 32 229 65322; Christina Wunder – Tel.: +32 229 92256)

 

European Commission and China hold High Level Dialogue on ocean affairs

Commissioner for Environment, Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, Karmenu Vella, and Administrator Hong Wang of the Chinese State Oceanic Administration took part in the third EU-China High Level Dialogue on Ocean Affairs today. They exchanged views on ocean governance, blue growth and international ocean developments."China and the European Union are two of the world's major ocean actors. We have a joint interest in using the ocean's vast potential for blue economic growth, but we also have a shared responsibility to protect our oceans for future generations. International cooperation is key to making that happen, and that is why I'm delighted that we have the opportunity to discuss these important matters today," Commissioner Vella said. On behalf of China, Administrator Wang expressed that “Oceans play an irreplaceable role in the social economic development of China and European Union. We share a common aspiration to ensure the healthy and sustainable development of our oceans. I have strong confidence in the broad prospects of China-EU maritime cooperation. I hope that we could build China-EU maritime cooperation as a new highlight and new growth point of our comprehensive China-EU strategic partnership and promote the establishment of a “China-EU Blue Partnership”. Commissioner Vella and Administrator Wang also agreed to organise throughout 2017, as part of the EU-China Blue Year, a series of activities on ocean-related matters. Full statement available here. (For more information: Daniel Rosario - Tel.: +32 229 56185; Iris Petsa – Tel.: +32 229 93321)

 

Mergers: Commission clears acquisition of US data centre service provider Vantage Data Centers Holding Company by TIAA and PSP Investments

The European Commission has approved under the EU Merger Regulation the acquisition of Vantage Data Centers Holding Company by Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America ("TIAA"), both of the US, and Public Sector Pension Investment Board ("PSP Investments") of Canada. Vantage Data Centers Holding Company owns and operates five fully leased data centres across two campuses in Santa Clara, California and Quincy, Washington, both in the US. TIAA provides investment products and services to those who work in the academic, research, medical and cultural fields in the US. PSP investment is the investment manager of the pension plans of the Canadian Federal Public Service, the Canadian Forces, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Reserve Force. The Commission concluded that the proposed acquisition would raise no competition concerns in its jurisdiction since Vantage Date Centers Holding Company is only active in the US. The transaction was examined under the simplified merger review procedure. More information is available on the Commission's competition website, in the public case register under the case number M.8390. (For more information: Ricardo Cardoso – Tel.: +32 229 80100; Maria Tsoni - Tel.: +32 229 90526)

 

Mergers: Commission clears acquisition of Apple Leisure Group by KKR and KSL

The European Commission has approved under the EU Merger Regulation the acquisition of Apple Leisure Group by KKR & Co. L.P. and KSL Advisors, LLC, all of the US. Apple Leisure Group is active in the travel industry, serving travellers and hotel owners with a focus on travels from the US to leisure destinations in Latin America, Mexico and the Caribbean. Both KKR and KSL are global investment firms active in a variety of sectors. The Commission concluded that the proposed acquisition would raise no competition concerns because of its limited impact in the market. The transaction was examined under the simplified merger review procedure. More information is available on the Commission's competition website, in the public case register under the case number M.8352. (For more information: Ricardo Cardoso – Tel.: +32 229 80100; Maria Tsoni - Tel.: +32 229 90526)

 

Mergers: Commission clears acquisition of AB InBev's Central and Eastern European business by Asahi

The European Commission has approved under the EU Merger Regulation the acquisition of sole control over the business currently owned by AB InBev in Central and Eastern Europe ("AB InBev CEE Business") by the Asahi Group of Japan. The AB InBev CEE Business comprises certain beer brands and assets formerly owned by SABMiller and currently belonging to AB InBev in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia. These brands and assets had to be divested as a condition for the approval of the AB InBev/SABMiller transaction. The Asahi Group is a beverages and food company with its core business on beer. The Commission concluded that the acquisition would raise no competition concerns because of the very limited increment brought by the transaction and the presence of several beer competitors in the markets in question. The transaction was examined under the normal merger review procedure. More information will be available on the Commission's competition website, in the public case register under the case number M.8357. (For more information: Ricardo Cardoso – Tel.: +32 229 80100; Maria Tsoni - Tel.: +32 229 90526)

 

Mergers: Commission clears acquisition of a UK train operator operating the East Anglia Franchise by the Mitsui Group and Abellio

The European Commission has approved under the EU Merger Regulation the acquisition of joint control of Anglia Rail Holdings Limited (“Anglia”) of the UK by Mitsui & Co., Ltd. ("Mitsui Tokyo") of Japan and the pre-existing sole shareholder Abellio Transport Group Limited (“Abellio”) of the UK. Abellio is a subsidiary of NV Nederlandse Spoorwegen (“NS Group”) of the Netherlands. Mitsui Tokyo is a major Japanese trading house engaged worldwide in the sale, distribution, marketing and supply of a number of commodities, as well as in other businesses,, such as logistics, financing and development of major international infrastructure and other projects. The NS Group is a major rail operator in the Netherlands and its subsidiary Abellio is established to tender for and commercially operate a number of passenger railway concessions or franchise contracts mainly outside of the Netherlands, including in the UK and Germany. The Commission concluded that the proposed acquisition would not raise competition concerns given that Mitsui Tokyo does not offer services offered by Anglia in the UK and its activities in the markets where Anglia is present are limited in the UK, as well as in the European Economic Area. The operation was examined under the simplified merger review procedure. More information will be available on the Commission's competition website, in the public case register under the case number M.8333. (For more information: Ricardo Cardoso – Tel.: +32 229 80100; Maria Tsoni - Tel.: +32 229 90526)

 

State aid: Commission approves prolongation of Polish credit union liquidation scheme

The European Commission has authorised, under EU State aid rules, the sixth prolongation of the Polish credit union liquidation scheme until 30 June 2017. The Commission found the prolongation of the scheme, initially approved on 18 February 2014, to be in line with its 2013 Banking Communication. In particular, the prolonged measure is well targeted, proportionate and limited in time and scope. More information is available on the Commission's competitionwebsite in the public case register under the case number SA.46982. (For more information: Ricardo Cardoso – Tel.: +32 229 80100; Yizhou Ren – Tel.: +32 229 94889)

 

Eurostat: Janvier 2017 comparé à décembre 2016 - Les prix à la production industrielle en hausse de 0,7% dans la zone euro

En janvier 2017 par rapport à décembre 2016, les prix à la production industrielle ont augmenté de 0,7% dans la zone euro (ZE19) et de 0,8% dans l'UE28, selon les estimations d'Eurostat, l'office statistique de l'Union européenne. En décembre 2016, les prix avaient progressé de 0,8% dans la zone euro et de 0,9% dans l'UE28. En janvier 2017 par rapport à janvier 2016, les prix à la production industrielle ont augmenté de 3,5% dans la zone euro et de 4,3% dans l'UE28. Un communiqué de presse est disponible ici. (Pour plus d'informations: Lucia Caudet – Tel.: +32 229 56182; Mirna Talko – Tel.: +32 229 87278; Maud Noyon – Tel.: +32 473 865656)

 

Eurostat: Janvier 2017: Le taux de chômage à 9,6% dans la zone euro - À 8,1% dans l'UE28

Dans la zone euro (ZE19), le taux de chômage corrigé des variations saisonnières s'est établi à 9,6% en janvier 2017, stable par rapport à décembre 2016 et en baisse par rapport au taux de 10,4% de janvier 2016. Il s'agit toujours du taux le plus faible enregistré dans la zone euro depuis mai 2009. Dans l'UE28, le taux de chômage s'est établi à 8,1% en janvier 2017, en baisse par rapport au taux de 8,2% de décembre 2016 et à celui de 8,9% de janvier 2016. Il s'agit du taux le plus faible enregistré dans l'UE28 depuis janvier 2009. Un communiqué de presse est disponible ici. (Pour plus d'informations: Christian Wigand– Tel.: +32 229 62253; Sara Soumillion – Tel.: + 32 229 67094)

 

Eurostat: Estimation rapide - février 2017 - Le taux d'inflation annuel de la zone euro en hausse à 2,0%

Le taux d'inflation annuel de la zone euro est estimé à 2,0% en février 2017, contre 1,8% en janvier selon une estimation rapide publiée par Eurostat, l'office statistique de l'Union européenne. S'agissant des principales composantes de l'inflation de la zone euro, l'énergie devrait connaître le taux annuel le plus élevé en février (9,2%, comparé à 8,1% en janvier), suivie de l'alimentation, alcool & tabac (2,5%, comparé à 1,8% en janvier), des services (1,3%, comparé à 1,2% en janvier) et des biens industriels non énergétiques (0,2%, comparé à 0,5% en janvier). Un communiqué de presse est disponible ici. (Pour plus d'informations: Annika Breidthardt – Tel.: +32 229 56153; Corentin Cassiers – Tel.: +32 229 53208)

 



ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Commissioner Arias Cañete in Canada to advance cooperation on fighting climate change and managing the clean energy transition

The Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy Miguel Arias Cañete will visit Ottawa, Canada, from 2-3 March. During the visit, the Commissioner will meet Canada's Environment and Climate Change Minister, Catherine McKenna, and co-host a roundtable discussion on energy and climate change bringing together industry, environmental organisations, think-tanks and academia. The Commissioner will also meet high-level officials responsible for natural resources and innovation, science and economic development, as well as stakeholders in the energy and environment sector. The meetings will focus on the latest developments on climate and energy issues in the EU and Canada as well as around the world to further advancing cooperation in areas of common concern such as clean energy, and action to implement the Paris Agreement on climate change. Ahead of the visit, Commissioner Arias Cañete said: "The EU and Canada are determined to implement the Paris Agreement and boost the global clean energy transition. Given the current geopolitical uncertainties, our cooperation is more crucial than ever. Canada and the EU agree that tackling climate change and adapting our energy systems are significant drivers of job creation, investment opportunities and growth." Canada is one of the EU's longest-standing partners. Last month the European Parliament approved a Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between the European Union and Canada (read IP/17/270). The EU and Canada commit in CETA to co-operate in facilitating trade and investment in environmental goods and services. CETA also provides for tariff liberalisation for energy efficient and renewable energy products such as heat pumps, energy efficiency boilers or parts for winds turbines among others. Cutting costs of such goods at the border will help disseminate technologies needed for climate change mitigation, and thus contributes to the implementation of the Paris Agreement. (For more information: Anna-Kaisa Itkonen - Tel.: +32 229 56186; Nicole Bockstaller – Tel.: +32 229 52589)

 

Commissioner Thyssen participates in Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council

Tomorrow, 3 March, Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility, Marianne Thyssen, will attend the Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council taking place in Brussels. First on the agenda, is the orientation debate on the Commission's proposal for a revision of the coordination of social security systems. This debate will be followed by a press conference around 13:15, in which Minister of Family and Social Solidarity of Malta, Mr Michael Farrugia, and Commissioner Thyssen will participate. The press conference can be followed online here. The Ministers will also discuss the 2017 European Semester, more specifically how to enhance labour market access and convergence across the EU. The Council will adopt conclusions on the 2017 annual growth survey and joint employment report, and is expected to adopt conclusions on enhancing the skills of women and men in the EU labour market, in the framework of the New Skills Agenda for Europe. Finally, the upcoming Tripartite Social Summit – taking place on 8 March in Brussels – will also be discussed. The Council meeting will be concluded by a final press conference, expected to take place around 17:15, in presence of Commissioner Thyssen, Maltese Minister for Social Dialogue, Consumer Affairs and Civil Liberties, Ms Helena Dalli, and Maltese Minister of Education and Employment, Mr. Evarist Bartolo. More information on the Council agenda can be found here. Commissioner Thyssen's speaking points will be made available here. (For more information:Christian Wigand – Tel.: +32 229 62253;Sara Soumillion – Tel.: + 32 229 67094)

 

Commissioner Crețu in Poland, discusses the future of Cohesion Policy

Today and tomorrow, Commissioner for Regional Policy Corina Crețu is in Warsaw to discuss the future of Cohesion Policy. Today the Commissioner participates in a meeting with the Ministers responsible for Cohesion Policy of the "Visegrad 4 Group + 4" (the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania and Slovenia). The Commissioner will then attend the meeting of the Committee of the Regions' Commission for Territorial Cohesion Policy and EU Budget (COTER). Tomorrow Corina Crețu will deliver a keynote speech at a conference on the future of Cohesion Policy beyond 2020, organised by the COTER. In the afternoon, the Commissioner will address the Polish Senate on the priorities of the Juncker Commission. "Our reflection on the post 2020 is in full steam. I believe that Cohesion Policy is one of the most concrete expressions of European solidarity; it clearly shows how the EU acts to improve standards of living. The key question remains how to achieve results in a simpler, faster and more cost-effective manner, and I want to hear the ideas of our Member States," said Commissioner Crețu ahead of her visit. (For more information: Jakub Adamowicz - Tel .: +32 229 50595, Alexis Perier - Tel.: +32 229 69143)

 

 

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