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DUE DILIGENCE OBLIGATIONS FOR IDENTIFYING AND REPORTING ON U.S. REPORTABLE ACCOUNTS AND ON PAYMENTS TO CERTAIN NONPARTICIPATING FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

Annex I - Agreements - Agreement between the Government of the Republic of India and the Government of the United States of America - United States of America - Annex I - ANNEX I I. General. A. India shall require that Reporting Indian Financial Institutions apply the due diligence procedures contained in this Annex I to identify U.S. Reportable Accounts and accounts held by Nonparticipating Financial Institutions. B. For purposes of the Agreement, 1. All dollar amounts are in U.S. dollars and s .....

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value threshold is to be determined as of the last day of a calendar year under this Annex I, the relevant balance or value shall be determined as of the last day of the calendar year or other appropriate reporting period. 4. Subject to subparagraph E(1) of section II of this Annex I, an account shall be treated as a U.S. Reportable Account beginning as of the date it is identified as such pursuant to the due diligence procedures in this Annex I. 5. Unless otherwise provided, information with r .....

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spect to all Preexisting Individual Accounts or, separately, with respect to any clearly identified group of such accounts, where the implementing rules in India provide for such an election, the following Preexisting Individual Accounts are not required to be reviewed, identified, or reported as U.S. Reportable Accounts: 1. Subject to subparagraph E(2) of this section, a Preexisting Individual Account with a balance or value that does not exceed $50,000 as of June 30, 2014. 2. Subject to subpar .....

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tution does not have the required registration under U.S. law, and the law of India requires reporting or withholding with respect to insurance products held by residents of India). 4. A Depository Account with a balance of $50,000 or less. B. Review Procedures for Preexisting Individual Accounts With a Balance or Value as of June 30, 2014, that Exceeds $50,000 ($250,000 for a Cash Value Insurance Contract or Annuity Contract), But Does Not Exceed $1,000,000 ( Lower Value Accounts ). 1. Electron .....

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ained in the United States; f) Currently effective power of attorney or signatory authority granted to a person with a U.S. address; or g) An in-care-of or hold mail address that is the sole address the Reporting Indian Financial Institution has on file for the Account Holder. In the case of a Preexisting Individual Account that is a Lower Value Account, an in-care-of address outside the United States or hold mail address shall not be treated as U.S. indicia. 2. If none of the U.S. indicia liste .....

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e U.S. indicia being associated with the account, then the Reporting Indian Financial Institution must treat the account as a U.S. Reportable Account unless it elects to apply subparagraph B(4) of this section and one of the exceptions in such subparagraph applies with respect to that account. 4. Notwithstanding a finding of U.S. indicia under subparagraph B(1) of this section, a Reporting Indian Financial Institution is not required to treat an account as a U.S. Reportable Account if: a) Where .....

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her than the United States; and (3) A copy of the Account Holder s Certificate of Loss of Nationality of the United States or a reasonable explanation of: (a) The reason the Account Holder does not have such a certificate despite relinquishing U.S. citizenship; or (b) The reason the Account Holder did not obtain U.S. citizenship at birth. b) Where the Account Holder information contains a current U.S. mailing or residence address, or one or more U.S. telephone numbers that are the only telephone .....

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ntains standing instructions to transfer funds to an account maintained in the United States, the Reporting Indian Financial Institution obtains, or has previously reviewed and maintains a record of: (1) A self-certification that the Account Holder is neither a U.S. citizen nor a U.S. resident for tax purposes (which may be on an IRS Form W-8 or other similar agreed form); and (2) Documentary evidence, as defined in paragraph D of section VI of this Annex I, establishing the Account Holder s non .....

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lf-certification that the Account Holder is neither a U.S. citizen nor a U.S. resident for tax purposes (which may be on an IRS Form W-8 or other similar agreed form); or (2) Documentary evidence, as defined in paragraph D of section VI of this Annex I, establishing the Account Holder s non-U.S. status. C. Additional Procedures Applicable to Preexisting Individual Accounts That Are Lower Value Accounts. 1. Review of Preexisting Individual Accounts that are Lower Value Accounts for U.S. indicia m .....

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section, any Preexisting Individual Account that has been identified as a U.S. Reportable Account under this section shall be treated as a U.S. Reportable Account in all subsequent years, unless the Account Holder ceases to be a Specified U.S. Person. D. Enhanced Review Procedures for Preexisting Individual Accounts With a Balance or Value That Exceeds $1,000,000 as of June 30, 2014, or December 31 of 2015 or Any Subsequent Year ( High Value Accounts ). 1. Electronic Record Search. The Reportin .....

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ot capture all of this information, then with respect to a High Value Account, the Reporting Indian Financial Institution must also review the current customer master file and, to the extent not contained in the current customer master file, the following documents associated with the account and obtained by the Reporting Indian Financial Institution within the last five years for any of the U.S. indicia described in subparagraph B(1) of this section: a) The most recent documentary evidence coll .....

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s not required to perform the paper record search described in subparagraph D(2) of this section if the Reporting Indian Financial Institution s electronically searchable information includes the following: a) The Account Holder s nationality or residence status; b) The Account Holder s residence address and mailing address currently on file with the Reporting Indian Financial Institution; c) The Account Holder s telephone number(s) currently on file, if any, with the Reporting Indian Financial .....

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er record searches described above, the Reporting Indian Financial Institution must treat as a U.S. Reportable Account any High Value Account assigned to a relationship manager (including any Financial Accounts aggregated with such High Value Account) if the relationship manager has actual knowledge that the Account Holder is a Specified U.S. Person. 5. Effect of Finding U.S. Indicia. a) If none of the U.S. indicia listed in subparagraph B(1) of this section are discovered in the enhanced review .....

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ces that results in one or more U.S. indicia being associated with the account, then the Reporting Indian Financial Institution must treat the account as a U.S. Reportable Account unless it elects to apply subparagraph B(4) of this section and one of the exceptions in such subparagraph applies with respect to that account. c) Except for Depository Accounts described in subparagraph A(4) of this section, any Preexisting Individual Account that has been identified as a U.S. Reportable Account unde .....

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ccount is identified as a U.S. Reportable Account on or before December 31, 2014, the Reporting Indian Financial Institution must report the required information about such account with respect to 2014 in the first report on the account and on an annual basis thereafter. In the case of an account identified as a U.S. Reportable Account after December 31, 2014 and on or before June 30, 2015, the Reporting Indian Financial Institution is not required to report information about such account with r .....

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he account becomes a High Value Account. If based on this review such account is identified as a U.S. Reportable Account, the Reporting Indian Financial Institution must report the required information about such account with respect to the year in which it is identified as a U.S. Reportable Account and subsequent years on an annual basis, unless the Account Holder ceases to be a Specified U.S. Person. 3. Once a Reporting Indian Financial Institution applies the enhanced review procedures descri .....

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the Reporting Indian Financial Institution must treat the account as a U.S. Reportable Account unless it elects to apply subparagraph B(4) of this section and one of the exceptions in such subparagraph applies with respect to that account. 5. A Reporting Indian Financial Institution must implement procedures to ensure that a relationship manager identifies any change in circumstances of an account. For example, if a relationship manager is notified that the Account Holder has a new mailing addr .....

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r s status as neither a U.S. citizen nor a U.S. resident in order to meet its obligations under a qualified intermediary, withholding foreign partnership, or withholding foreign trust agreement with the IRS, or to fulfill its obligations under chapter 61 of Title 26 of the United States Code, is not required to perform the procedures described in subparagraph B(1) of this section with respect to Lower Value Accounts or subparagraphs D(1) through D(3) of this section with respect to High Value Ac .....

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unts, where the implementing rules in India provide for such an election, the following New Individual Accounts are not required to be reviewed, identified, or reported as U.S. Reportable Accounts: 1. A Depository Account unless the account balance exceeds $50,000 at the end of any calendar year or other appropriate reporting period. 2. A Cash Value Insurance Contract unless the Cash Value exceeds $50,000 at the end of any calendar year or other appropriate reporting period. B. Other New Individ .....

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nited States for tax purposes (for this purpose, a U.S. citizen is considered to be resident in the United States for tax purposes, even if the Account Holder is also a tax resident of another jurisdiction) and confirm the reasonableness of such selfcertification based on the information obtained by the Reporting Indian Financial Institution in connection with the opening of the account, including any documentation collected pursuant to AML/KYC Procedures. 1. If the self-certification establishe .....

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fcertification is incorrect or unreliable, the Reporting Indian Financial Institution cannot rely on the original self-certification and must obtain a valid self-certification that establishes whether the Account Holder is a U.S. citizen or resident for U.S. tax purposes. If the Reporting Indian Financial Institution is unable to obtain a valid self-certification, the Reporting Indian Financial Institution must treat the account as a U.S. Reportable Account. IV. Preexisting Entity Accounts. The .....

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, where the implementing rules in India provide for such an election, a Preexisting Entity Account with an account balance or value that does not exceed $250,000 as of June 30, 2014, is not required to be reviewed, identified, or reported as a U.S. Reportable Account until the account balance or value exceeds $1,000,000. B. Entity Accounts Subject to Review. A Preexisting Entity Account that has an account balance or value that exceeds $250,000 as of June 30, 2014, and a Preexisting Entity Accou .....

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, or by Passive NFFEs with one or more Controlling Persons who are U.S. citizens or residents, shall be treated as U.S. Reportable Accounts. In addition, accounts held by Nonparticipating Financial Institutions shall be treated as accounts for which aggregate payments as described in subparagraph 1(b) of Article 4 of the Agreement are reported to the Indian Competent Authority. D. Review Procedures for Identifying Entity Accounts With Respect to Which Reporting is Required. For Preexisting Entit .....

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ncluding information collected pursuant to AML/KYC Procedures) to determine whether the information indicates that the Account Holder is a U.S. Person. For this purpose, information indicating that the Account Holder is a U.S. Person includes a U.S. place of incorporation or organization, or a U.S. address. b) If the information indicates that the Account Holder is a U.S. Person, the Reporting Indian Financial Institution must treat the account as a U.S. Reportable Account unless it obtains a se .....

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nformation indicates that the Account Holder is a Financial Institution. b) If the information indicates that the Account Holder is a Financial Institution, or the Reporting Indian Financial Institution verifies the Account Holder s Global Intermediary Identification Number on the published IRS FFI list, then the account is not a U.S. Reportable Account. 3. Determine Whether a Financial Institution Is a Nonparticipating Financial Institution Payments to Which Are Subject to Aggregate Reporting U .....

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formation that is publicly available or in the possession of the Reporting Indian Financial Institution, as applicable. In such case, no further review, identification, or reporting is required with respect to the account. b) If the Account Holder is an Indian Financial Institution or other Partner Jurisdiction Financial Institution treated by the IRS as a Nonparticipating Financial Institution, then the account is not a U.S. Reportable Account, but payments to the Account Holder must be reporte .....

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IRS Form W-8 or similar agreed form) from the Account Holder that it is a certified deemed-compliant FFI, or an exempt beneficial owner, as those terms are defined in relevant U.S. Treasury Regulations; or (2) In the case of a participating FFI or registered deemed-compliant FFI, verifies the Account Holder s Global Intermediary Identification Number on the published IRS FFI list. 4. Determine Whether an Account Held by an NFFE is a U.S. Reportable Account. With respect to an Account Holder of .....

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h D(4)(d) of this section in the order most appropriate under the circumstances. a) For purposes of determining the Controlling Persons of an Account Holder, a Reporting Indian Financial Institution may rely on information collected and maintained pursuant to AML/KYC Procedures. b) For purposes of determining whether the Account Holder is a Passive NFFE, the Reporting Indian Financial Institution must obtain a self-certification (which may be on an IRS Form W-8 or W-9, or on a similar agreed for .....

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Account held by one or more NFFEs with an account balance or value that does not exceed $1,000,000; or (2) A self-certification (which may be on an IRS Form W-8 or W-9, or on a similar agreed form) from the Account Holder or such Controlling Person in the case of a Preexisting Entity Account held by one or more NFFEs with an account balance or value that exceeds $1,000,000. d) If any Controlling Person of a Passive NFFE is a U.S. citizen or resident, the account shall be treated as a U.S. Repor .....

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last day of the calendar year in which the account balance or value exceeds $1,000,000. 3. If there is a change of circumstances with respect to a Preexisting Entity Account that causes the Reporting Indian Financial Institution to know, or have reason to know, that the self-certification or other documentation associated with an account is incorrect or unreliable, the Reporting Indian Financial Institution must redetermine the status of the account in accordance with the procedures set forth in .....

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Accounts or, separately, with respect to any clearly identified group of such accounts, where the implementing rules in India provide for such election, a credit card account or a revolving credit facility treated as a New Entity Account is not required to be reviewed, identified, or reported, provided that the Reporting Indian Financial Institution maintaining such account implements policies and procedures to prevent an account balance owed to the Account Holder that exceeds $50,000. B. Other .....

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. Subject to subparagraph B(2) of this section, a Reporting Indian Financial Institution may determine that the Account Holder is an Active NFFE, an Indian Financial Institution, or other Partner Jurisdiction Financial Institution if the Reporting Indian Financial Institution reasonably determines that the Account Holder has such status on the basis of the Account Holder s Global Intermediary Identification Number or other information that is publicly available or in the possession of the Report .....

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e Account Holder to establish the Account Holder s status. Based on the self-certification, the following rules apply: a) If the Account Holder is a Specified U.S. Person, the Reporting Indian Financial Institution must treat the account as a U.S. Reportable Account. b) If the Account Holder is a Passive NFFE, the Reporting Indian Financial Institution must identify the Controlling Persons as determined under AML/KYC Procedures, and must determine whether any such person is a U.S. citizen or res .....

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I, or an exempt beneficial owner, as those terms are defined in relevant U.S. Treasury Regulations; (iv) an Active NFFE; or (v) a Passive NFFE none of the Controlling Persons of which is a U.S. citizen or resident, then the account is not a U.S. Reportable Account, and no reporting is required with respect to the account. d) If the Account Holder is a Nonparticipating Financial Institution (including an Indian Financial Institution or other Partner Jurisdiction Financial Institution treated by t .....

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ertification or documentary evidence if the Reporting Indian Financial Institution knows or has reason to know that the self-certification or documentary evidence is incorrect or unreliable. B. Definitions. The following definitions apply for purposes of this Annex I. 1. AML/KYC Procedures. "AML/KYC Procedures" means the customer due diligence procedures of a Reporting Indian Financial Institution pursuant to the anti-money laundering or similar requirements of India to which such Repo .....

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rtnership or withholding foreign trust pursuant to relevant U.S. Treasury Regulations. 4. Active NFFE. An "Active NFFE" means any NFFE that meets any of the following criteria: a) Less than 50 percent of the NFFE s gross income for the preceding calendar year or other appropriate reporting period is passive income and less than 50 percent of the assets held by the NFFE during the preceding calendar year or other appropriate reporting period are assets that produce or are held for the p .....

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includes a state, province, county, or municipality), or a public body performing a function of such government or a political subdivision thereof, a government of a U.S. Territory, an international organization, a non-U.S. central bank of issue, or an Entity wholly owned by one or more of the foregoing; e) Substantially all of the activities of the NFFE consist of holding (in whole or in part) the outstanding stock of, or providing financing and services to, one or more subsidiaries that engage .....

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rating history, but is investing capital into assets with the intent to operate a business other than that of a Financial Institution, provided that the NFFE shall not qualify for this exception after the date that is 24 months after the date of the initial organization of the NFFE; g) The NFFE was not a Financial Institution in the past five years, and is in the process of liquidating its assets or is reorganizing with the intent to continue or recommence operations in a business other than tha .....

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FFE meets all of the following requirements: i. It is established and operated in its jurisdiction of residence exclusively for religious, charitable, scientific, artistic, cultural, athletic, or educational purposes; or it is established and operated in its jurisdiction of residence and it is a professional organization, business league, chamber of commerce, labor organization, agricultural or horticultural organization, civic league or an organization operated exclusively for the promotion of .....

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ies, or as payment of reasonable compensation for services rendered, or as payment representing the fair market value of property which the NFFE has purchased; and v. The applicable laws of the NFFE s jurisdiction of residence or the NFFE s formation documents require that, upon the NFFE s liquidation or dissolution, all of its assets be distributed to a governmental entity or other non-profit organization, or escheat to the government of the NFFE s jurisdiction of residence or any political sub .....

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Financial Institution, or by a Related Entity, but only to the extent that the Reporting Indian Financial Institution s computerized systems link the Financial Accounts by reference to a data element such as client number or taxpayer identification number, and allow account balances or values to be aggregated. Each holder of a jointly held Financial Account shall be attributed the entire balance or value of the jointly held Financial Account for purposes of applying the aggregation requirements .....

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element such as client number or taxpayer identification number, and allow account balances or values to be aggregated. 3. Special Aggregation Rule Applicable to Relationship Managers. For purposes of determining the aggregate balance or value of Financial Accounts held by a person to determine whether a Financial Account is a High Value Account, a Reporting Indian Financial Institution is also required, in the case of any Financial Accounts that a relationship manager knows, or has reason to kn .....

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of the calendar year preceding the year in which the Reporting Indian Financial Institution is determining the balance or value. D. Documentary Evidence. For purposes of this Annex I, acceptable documentary evidence includes any of the following: 1. A certificate of residence issued by an authorized government body (for example, a government or agency thereof, or a municipality) of the jurisdiction in which the payee claims to be a resident. 2. With respect to an individual, any valid identifica .....

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ms to be a resident or the jurisdiction (or U.S. Territory) in which the Entity was incorporated or organized. 4. With respect to a Financial Account maintained in a jurisdiction with anti-money laundering rules that have been approved by the IRS in connection with a QI agreement (as described in relevant U.S. Treasury Regulations), any of the documents, other than a Form W-8 or W-9, referenced in the jurisdiction s attachment to the QI agreement for identifying individuals or Entities. 5. Any f .....

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le Account unless the Reporting Indian Financial Institution has actual knowledge, or reason to know, that the beneficiary is a Specified U.S. Person. A Reporting Indian Financial Institution has reason to know that a beneficiary of a Cash Value Insurance Contract is a Specified U.S. Person if the information collected by the Reporting Indian Financial Institution and associated with the beneficiary contains U.S. indicia as described in subparagraph B(1) of section II of this Annex I. If a Repor .....

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provided in relevant U.S. Treasury Regulations. G. Alternative Procedures for New Accounts Opened Prior to Entry Into Force of this Agreement. 1. Applicability. If India has provided a written notice to the United States prior to entry into force of this Agreement that, as of July 1, 2014, India lacked the legal authority to require Reporting Indian Financial Institutions either: (i) to require Account Holders of New Individual Accounts to provide the self-certification specified in section III .....

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unts or New Entity Accounts, as applicable, opened prior to the earlier of: (i) the date India has the ability to compel Reporting Indian Financial Institutions to comply with the due diligence procedures described in section III or section V of this Annex I, as applicable, which date India shall inform the United States of in writing by the date of entry into force of this Agreement, or (ii) the date of entry into force of this Agreement. If the alternative procedures for New Entity Accounts op .....

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etermine if the account is a U.S. Reportable Account or an account held by a Nonparticipating Financial Institution. 2. Alternative Procedures. a) Within one year after the date of entry into force of this Agreement, Reporting Indian Financial Institutions must: (i) with respect to a New Individual Account described in subparagraph G(1) of this section, request the self-certification specified in section III of this Annex I and confirm the reasonableness of such self-certification consistent wit .....

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or as an account held by a Nonparticipating Financial Institution, as applicable, by the date that is the later of: (i) September 30 next following the date that the account is identified as a U.S. Reportable Account or as an account held by a Nonparticipating Financial Institution, as applicable, or (ii) 90 days after the account is identified as a U.S. Reportable Account or as an account held by a Nonparticipating Financial Institution, as applicable. The information required to be reported w .....

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hich it was unable to collect the required self-certification or other documentation pursuant to the procedures described in subparagraph G(2)(a) of this section. In addition, by the date that is one year after the date of entry into force of this Agreement, Reporting Indian Financial Institutions must: (i) with respect to such closed accounts that prior to such closure were New Individual Accounts (without regard to whether such accounts were High Value Accounts), perform the due diligence proc .....

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