Project Title

The APEC GVCs Blueprint 2020-2025: Realising the Role of the Digital Economy within GVCs 

Project Year

2020   

Project Number

CTI 06 2020A 

Project Session

Session 1   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

CTI 06 2020A 

Project Title

The APEC GVCs Blueprint 2020-2025: Realising the Role of the Digital Economy within GVCs 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific and Global Value Chains (FTAAP and GVCs) 

Project Year

2020 

Project Session

Session 1 

APEC Funding

90,000 

Co-funding Amount

40,000 

Total Project Value

130,000 

Sponsoring Forum

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Topics

Trade Facilitation 

Committee

Committee on Trade and Investment (CTI) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Chile; Korea 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

China; Hong Kong, China; Indonesia; Papua New Guinea; Peru; Philippines; Chinese Taipei; Viet Nam 

Expected Start Date

01/09/2020 

Expected Completion Date

30/11/2021 

Project Proponent Name 1

Lee Jiyeong (wef 9 September 2021) 

Job Title 1

Deputy Director, Multilateral Trade Cooperation Division 

Organization 1

Ministry of Trade and Energy (MOTIE) 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(82-44) 2035939 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

shiny5stars@korea.kr 

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Lee Jiyeong 

Project Summary

The GVCs are undergoing a transformation driven by innovative technologies. However, while harnessing such changes is essential to economic development and trade growth, governments and companies face difficulties in accessing information and knowledge which they can use to formulate effective government policies and company strategies. This project has thus been designed in response to such demands and to fulfill the priorities outlined in the APEC Blueprint for Promoting GVCs, with a focus on realizing the critical role of the digital economy within GVCs by delivering tangible and practical benefits to developing economies. This project will achieve these goals through: (1) a research report will cover a comprehensive analysis of business and policy cases and establish successful factors that enable the efficient access of businesses to the digital economy and GVCs; and (2) a capacity-building workshop will provide participants with the opportunity to share success factors to facilitate mutual learning.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: GVCs(Global Value Chains), on which the current global trade and investment paradigm are built, are undergoing a fundamental transformation driven by the expansion of digital technologies, creating a new layer in GVCs by altering competitive dynamics and behavior patterns of traditional businesses across all sectors. According to UNCTAD(United Nations Conference on Trade and Development) (2017), technology-based MNEs(Multinational Enterprises) or mostly digital companies are emerging as the core of the global economy beyond traditional manufacturing-focused ones. For example, Uber's vehicle-sharing services are revolutionizing the business ecosystem of the existing manufacturing-focused automotive industry and the related services. 

Moreover, since COVID-19 outbreak caused disruption of globally dispersed GVCs, policy makers and economic experts recognized the significance of devising measures which would facilitate the GVCs in the future crisis as well as Post-COVID circumstances. GVCs had originally stressed value such as productivity, and low cost before the pandemic, which was altered to resilience and stability after the pandemic occurrence. The keywords such as unmanned technology, non-contact economy, automatization which fall into area of digital economy are considered as effectual ways to maintain the resilience of GVCs against the future crisis. 

While harnessing the changes in GVCs is essential to continued economic development and trade growth, relevant researches on the changing shape of GVCs caused by digital economy, the responsive measures facilitating new growth opportunity, and measures alleviating side-effects on the existing industries, are yet to be studied. Since governments and companies may potentially face difficulties in accessing high quality information and knowledge which they can use to formulate effective government policies and company strategies, our purpose is to address those difficulties and provide solid research basis for better decision-making of governments and firms. Considering that digital economy is a changing factor affecting the globe including both developing economies and developed economies, broad spectrum of economies is expected to gain benefits from the project. 

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: This project fully meets the eligibility criteria of the ASF Sub-Fund on FTAAP and Global Value Chains. The project is closely linked to the guidelines specified in the APEC Strategic Blueprint for Promoting Global Value Chains Development and Cooperation which has been endorsed at the AELM in 2014. Furthermore, APEC also adopted in 2019 the APEC Strategic Blueprint for Promoting Global Value Chains 2020-2025 to further advance work on GVCs, which is directly relevant to the aim of the project. 

Among the priorities of the APEC Strategic Blueprint for Promoting Global Value Chains 2020-2025,

- Realize the critical role of the digital economy within GVCs: This project contributes to the enhanced recognization of digital economy, through providing analysis of the effects of digital economy on GVCs, and the responsive measures to deal with the effects. In particular, through analyzing the digital economy platform related firms, the project will assess the efficiency and competitiveness that the digital economy has brought to the GVCs.

- Promoting access to GVCs for sustainable and inclusive growth: Digital economy requires less initial capital, making entry barrier low. Analysis of the digital economy’s effect and devising responsive measures could be utilized as a useful tool for various economies and firms including the developing economies and MSMEs with scarce capitals.

- Improve the business climate for GVCs: Digitalization of GVCs leads to the automatization of logistics; reduction of administrative burden through utilizing electronic customs procedures; removal of the technological barriers through platformization, contributing to create more efficient and pleasant business climate. As this project is expected to promote more desirable and faster ways to implement digital economy on GVCs, this project would have a positive impact on creating business friendly atmosphere.

Relevance – Capacity Building: This project has been designed with a view to delivering a range of tangible and practical benefits to APEC developing economies based on the priorities and goals outlined in the APEC Strategic Blueprint. Surveys of and interviews with APEC government officials of the research report will include interview with officials from developing economies, and describe the major challenges and opportunities, possible measures for developing economies to deal with the transformation of digital economy within GVCs. Also, Panel Discussion of Capacity Building Workshop will cover policy implication and possible limitations aimed for developing economies. 

In particular, this project aims to support policy makers in APEC developing economies to enhance their expertise and knowhow to establish an environment that facilitates the participation of developing economies in GVCs. Effective implementation of policy makers and businesses would lead to the possible outcomes such as improved regulatory systems for industrial sectors, enhanced international trade structure, more opportunities for businesses in developing economies to participate in trade, and the mitigation of the disruptive impacts of digital technologies on the industry of the developing economies as well as developed economies. In the long run, these outcomes would enhance sustainability and equitability of economy in developing economies, with less economic disparities between developing economies and developed ones, as well as between benefited industries and negatively affected industries.

Objectives

The overall objective of the project is to strengthen the capacity of participants to effectively implement the APEC GVC Blueprint, with a particular focus on (1) Enhancing the understanding of developing economies regarding changes in GVCs caused by digital technologies; (2) Providing references and best practices for developing economies to formulate effective policies that maximize the benefits of the digital economy within GVCs while identifying and mitigating potential drawbacks, covering regulatory issues restricting new GVC related digital business and measures supporting the innovation by the digital business; (3) Facilitating cooperation to develop further capacity building activities within the APEC.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC: This project is specifically designed to implement the agreed priorities and goals outlined in the APEC Strategic Blueprint for Promoting GVCs. While the Blueprint refers to a wide range of priorities or work streams, this project will focus primarily on work stream 2 (Realize the critical role of the digital economy within GVCs) through publishing a Project Report and organizing a capacity building workshop.

The research report will include a comprehensive analysis of business and policy cases and incorporating successful factors that are generally applicable to APEC economies. Such factors would be essential to enable efficient access to the digital economy and GVCs by businesses, including MSMEs(Micro, Small, Medium Enterprises). The workshop will provide participants with the opportunity to share cases in each economy to facilitate mutual learning. It will lead to better understanding of the changing shape of GVCs impacted by digital economy, and will provide appropriate strategies and policies to maximize the positive impact of digital economy.

Though the project is not intended to directly cover the APEC Internet and Digital Economy Roadmap(AIDER), some of the issue which the project is addressing would touch on two pillars on the AIDER. Regarding the pillar 4 - Development of holistic government policy frameworks for the Internet and Digital Economy-, utilization of digital economy on GVCs implicates that the government policy should be planned covering the whole part of GVCs economy as well as the adversely affected areas. Regarding the pillar  6 - Promoting innovation and adoption of enabling technologies and services-, considering that implementing digital economy on GVCs is a way of innovation and adoption of enabling technologies, the project could facilitate the adoption of new digital technologies on GVCs.

Alignment – Forum: This project is fully aligned with the CTI’s work plan under its agenda related to GVC Cooperation and Development. Moreover, this project had already been proposed when Korea and Chile submitted a detailed work plan in 2019, and afterward the CTI considered the proposal and endorsed it. This project proposal has been prepared fully based on the contents of the endorsed work plan document.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs:  

1. Research report including interviews of multinational firms and APEC officials

The research report aims to understand the recent changes in the digital transformation and global value chains (GVCs); and the policy implications those changes carry for APEC.

a. Review previous literature and analyze the characteristics, business models, and other aspects of digital multinationals using business reports and other third-party sources, 3rd quarter 2020

b. Interviews with multinational corporations related with digital economy within GVCs, possibly including Google, Amazon, Alibaba, in particular field interviews in Singapore and Hong Kong will be replaced by teleconferences due to COVID-19, 4th quarter 2020.

c. Surveys of and interviews with APEC government officials using video interview and e-mail, through  collaboration of Korea, Chile and co-sponsoring economies, 4th quarter 2020.

d. Circulation of research report through CTI and Secretariat, 4th quarter 2020.

e. The Research Report, about 40 pages long,  will be presented at the Workshop

2.  APEC Capacity Building Workshop (Seoul or Virtual, 2nd quarter 2021)

The Workshop will disseminate the research output via three presentations of the researchers and discussions with experts and policymakers. The workshop will invite policymakers and experts on the digital transformation and GVCs from the private sector, government, academia and international organizations. It aims to improve the understanding on how changes in GVCs affect APEC and to determine the policy challenges they faced by APEC and the implications those challenges carry for the digital transformation. The Workshop plans to be 4 hours long, an hour for following four respective sessions.

a. Presentation by researchers of changing trends of GVCs affected by digital transformation

b. Presentation of analyzing digital economy within GVCs from the perspective of firms and governments, including the mass and form of digital economy activities within the GVCs, and the challenges and opportunities of digital transformation to GVCs for firms and governments.

c. Panel Discussion for policy implication and APEC cooperation schemes

d. Panel Discussion for research result implementation and possible limitation

3.   Project Report will be presented to CTI

a. Consolidation of the research report and issue-based summaries of workshops (only with the consent of individual authors), only the Project Report, combining the Research Report(will not be published, and used only for internal purpose) and the summaries of the Workshop, will be delivered

b. Contents of Project Report, about to be 60 pages long, possibly contain (1)Current situations, including statistics of digital economy in the GVCs, (2) Current policies and strategies from governments and firms, (3) Challenges and opportunities for governments and learnt from Research Report and workshop, and (4)possible policy implications and APEC cooperation schemes, and their expected effects and limitations.

c. Circulation for endorsement  and publishment of the Project Report by APEC 4th quarter 2021.

Outcomes: 

1. Identification and Compilation of information: Information such as recent changes of digital economy within GVCs analyzed data of multinational digital firms; the opportunity and the challenge of GVCs transformation by digital economy, targeting policy makers, and business representatives; and possible cooperative policy measures among APEC economies ensuring sustainability and equitability are identified and compiled during the research and the workshop. The achievement of this outcome could be measured through examining the completed Project Report, which includes review of previous literature and compilation of the aforementioned information.

2. Enhanced knowledge level of beneficiaries: Beneficiaries of the project are policy makers, business strategy planners, and academic experts. Participants of the workshop will learn current changes; policy related opportunity and challenge; and cooperative measures in digital economy within GVCs. The participants expects to share workshop results to the colleagues in their home economies and to report the progress of policy implementation to the CTI, which will spread the knowledge learnt from the workshop to the beneficiaries effectively. The achievement of this outcome could be measured through running a survey through email, on changes of knowledge level of workshop participants, possible Project Reportviewers, and other beneficiaries.

3. Benefits with a view to challenging COVID-19: Considering the importance of digital economy in GVCs to cope with the pandemic, among the practices regarding the project, current practices of firms and governments which are assessed useful to challenge the pandemic, and possible practices expected to be useful will be analyzed and assorted in particular. The information would be immediately distributed as the Research Reportis revised after the circulation to CTI, so as to be utilized by firms and governments to plan strategies and policies. 

Beneficiaries: First direct beneficiaries are policy makers and regulators, ranging both working and management level, mainly engaged in such areas as digital economy, trade and investment policy as well as global value chain structures. The project outputs will help them to improve understanding of challenges and opportunities for policy making and equip them with better knowledge of effective policies that maximize the benefits of the digital economy within GVCs, which will help to spread benefits among the economies and facilitate implementation of best practices. 

Secondary direct beneficiaries would be business representatives in the member economies, both developed and developing economies, who may operate the business in sectors such as digital economy, trade and investment, as well as global value chain structures. The project outputs can be utilized when they reach out and communicate with domestic policy makers and regulators to improve regulatory framework and foster the policies that maximize the benefits of the digital economy within GVCs.  Moreover, they could better recognize the future of GVCs and design strategies to respond to the changes of the GVCs. 

Indirect beneficiaries are representatives from regional and international agencies or organizations which are engaged in digital economy issues such as ASEAN(Association of Southeast Asian Nations), OECD(Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development), UNCTAD, academic sector, ABAC, and other interested stakeholders. The project presents a useful basis for further discussion at working and management level fora of international organizations, in academic sectors, or interested stakeholders, to anticipate the impact and the measures to utilize digital economy in the GVC structure through communications. 

For balanced representation of beneficiaries, the project overseer will encourage participation by diverse gender representatives, public and private sector representatives, experts from developed and developing economies, and business operators of multi-national corporations and MSMEs.

Dissemination

The dissemination of this project is a Project Report: which will be reviewed by the APEC Secretariat before publication, written in English, electronic format (PDF) including the the Research Report and the Workshop. (only with the consent of individual authors).

This report is planned to be an APEC Publication. Hard copies of any materials would not be provided, but electronic copies will be made available to the participants of workshop in advance, such as policy makers, business representatives, and related experts, as well as to general public including aforementioned stakeholders afterwards via the designated APEC website.

The Project Report is not intended for sales.

Gender

Along with the APEC’s guidance for gender equality on the Guidebook on APEC Projects, this project will work deliberately to create balanced gender opportunity.  The project promote women’s economic empowerment through “Innovation and Technology”, considering that the digital economy provides new opportunities for women to work remotely and participate in newly created jobs, and the project could facilitate the provision of opportunity through discussing the possible policy mechanism for women to join the new GVCs.

Throughout the research, implementation, selection and participation will be conducted considering gender opportunity, particularly for government officials, experts, and business representatives. The female representation would be targeted to be thirty percent of the total participants, but practical restraints from individual economy should be considered. Regarding the contents, the research would include a chapter that identify and cover potential gender issues which may arise from the rapid change of the digitalization of GVC. The survey to measure how the digital economy changed gender participation in GVCs will be conducted and included to the study with the possible factors which could account for the changes.

On the workshop, the PO will target female participation rate to more than 30 percent, and the number of female speakers more than two out of five. After the workshop, the evaluation survey will be conducted, which includes gender related questions.

For the project assessment, The PO will collect sex disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (not only those funded by APEC) at the project event. Project Report which will be submitted to the Secretariat will include the sex aggregated data, as well as provide guidance to future POs on their own gender parity targets. This data will be used to assess compliance with the project’s gender targets at the conclusion of the project, with performance data shared with APEC members.

Work Plan

Time

Task

Deliverables

Jun~Aug 2020

Proceed with the APEC funding process

APEC funding confirmed

Sep 2020

Develop a plan to launch the research

Research plan developed

Sep 2020

Review previous literature and analyze digital multinationals

Research data

Sep~Oct 2020

Interview multinational corporations, APEC government officials through questionnaire and video interview 

Research data

Oct 2020

Submit one APEC Project Monitoring Report for 2020.

APEC Project Monitoring Report 2020

Nov~Dec 2020

Draw concluded Research Report

Research Report

Jan 2021

Nominate participants for the capacity building workshop through CTI member

Lists of workshop participants

Jan 2021

Work on draft program and agenda for the workshop

Develop program and agenda

End of Feb 2021

Making considerations to shift the physical event to virtual

The form of the workshop

Mar 2021

Follow up speakers and participants Prepare logistics

Logistics preparation

Apr 2021

Draft and submit the APEC Project Monitoring Report 2021 to the Secretariat

APEC Project Monitoring Report 2021

Apr 2021

Send General Information Circular to the participants and speakers

General Information Circular

Jun 2021

Hold one-day workshop in June in Seoul, Korea

Open workshop

Aug 2021

Report the outcomes of the workshop to the CTI

Summary  of workshop results

Aug 2021

Review the summary of the Workshop results and consolidate into the Project Report

Draft Project Report

Sep 2021

Circulation of the draft APEC publication

for feedback and endorsement by CTI

APEC publication of Project Report

1 Oct 2021

Submit APEC Publication of Project Report to the Secretariat for review and approval

APEC Publication of Project Report

End of Feb 2022

Submit the APEC Project Completion Report to the Secretariat

APEC Project Completion Report

Jun 2022

Participate in the Long Term Evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by the Secretariat

Risks

Risk type

Potential risk

Mitigation plan

Event

Technical problem of facility and  equipment

Pre-check of the facility and equipment

Presentation material pre-setting and rehearsal (one day before the event)

Prepare backup equipment

Event

Late arrival or absence of speaker

Following up of speakers’ attendance regularly before the event

Detailed announcement about arrival / badge pickup / accommodation  / event venue

Flexible operation and change of event sessions

Plan for alternative speaker (possibly covered by the one of the attended speaker to cover the session)

Event

Low survey/evaluation response rate

Disseminate the attendance form and survey questionnaire form at the beginning of the event

Encourage the participants to answer during the event for a couple of times

For those unanswered at the venue, send email to request afterward

Event

Low participation rate

Consult with economies to figure out the reason of low participation and modify agendas, strategies to meet their interests

Encourage economies’ nomination of participants

Avoid overlap of events on the same time slot

Event /

Study

Low gender representation

Request economies to nominate participants in gender-balanced manner to include at least one female participant

Employ strong gender consideration for the economies’ participant nomination criteria (

Active reflection of views and voices of less represented gender

Study

Low application rate of project result and lessons

Monitor the application rate consistently and survey the reason for the low application rate

Ensure the Project Reportinclude as element such as the identified difficulties that economies may face in applying the lessons learnt and policy implications; and practical guidance on how to overcome such difficulties along with key stakeholders required to affect changes

Study

Duplication of work of other APEC fora or outside APEC

Thoroughly review previous literature including outside APEC for a

Consistently consult with relevant fora and other overseers on agenda

COVID-19 related risks: What risks could impact project implementation and how will they be managed?

· Will the pandemic impact your project’s ability to hold workshop on the margins of CTI2 2021 as proposed?

In light of unpredictable impact of pandemic, the schedule of workshop could be affected if the pandemic affect the holding of CTI2 2021. 

·   What are your options if the workshop cannot be held given travel and large-group gathering restrictions across the world?

Considering the schedule of the project, by the end of February 2021, which is four months before on the June 2021, the PO will decide whether to hold a virtual workshop in June 2021. Detailed schedule of the virtual workshop would depend on the schedule of presenters and discussion panels.

Regarding the contents, (a) the presentation will be held using virtual meeting program. The questions will be answered directly through the real-time communication through meeting program chats

(b) the panel discussion will be held using virtual meeting program.

·  What are potential risk if the workshop cannot be held as planned, and the mitigation plan to deal with it?

Potential risk will be low participation rate of questions on the presentation, and panel discussion. Mitigation plan will be following up the attendance of participants, and encouraging workshop participants to question the presentation and panel discussion.

Monitoring and Evaluation

Pre and post event evaluations are designed to effectively handle the project, and measure whether the outputs and outcomes were delivered as they were originally planned. The PO will monitor the progress and evaluate internally. Qualitative measurements are to be measured through survey after the workshop event. The evaluation result will be integrated and presented to the Completion Report.

Purpose

Measurement / Evaluation

Type/Goal

Monitor the progress of project

Milestones of the work  plan  accomplished  as planned

Mitigation plan  accomplished as planned

Qualitative

Qualitative

Project outputs

Number  of  participation

- speakers, moderators, participants

- economy(including travel-eligible ones)

Number of cases researched

Number of report (Research Report, Project Report)

Number of summary (workshop)

Number of sessions (workshop)

Number of policy(and strategy) implications

Speaker:  6

Participants: 50

Economy: 14

6 cases or more

2 report

1 summary

4 sessions

5 items or more

Project outcomes

Participants’ feedback rate

Evidence of change

knowledge level of current changes, policy related opportunity and challenge, cooperative measures regarding the topic (planned to be measured through survey after the workshop event)   

Qualitative

Gender impacts

Ratio of female participation

- speakers, moderators, participants

Number of cases with gender consideration

Participants’ feedback on gender consideration

At least 30%

1 cases

Qualitative

* Both Qualitative measurements based on participants’ feedback as indicated in the Project outcomes and Gender impacts above will be measured by written survey after the workshop event.

Linkages

Engagement: This CTI project has a close link with the DESG, since the aim of the project is on the digital economy; the TELWG, considering that one of the key research targets is multinational IT firms; and the SMEWG, since the project will address the impact of digital economy in GVCs on the SMEs and the advisable strategies to cope with the impact. The PO will communicate with the directors of the DESG, the TELWG, and the SMEWG through email, ask for and receive relevant feedback of the research paper and the workshop.

Previous work: ‘Enhancing the resilience of Global Value Chains to Natural Disasters(CTI 19 2015T)’ is relevant to this project since both project address the GVC resilience. However, the former project focuses on the natural disaster, while this project partially focuses on more broad range of disasters including pandemic such as COVID-19, and covers up-scale GVCs issues. ‘Promoting SME’s integration into Global Value Chains in IT/Electronics(CTI 04 2015A)’ is also relevant to this project considering that this project address SME(Small and Medium Enterprises)’s role in the new GVC with impact of digital economy. However, the former project focuses on the SMEs, while this project aims to devise overall policy measures for targets including SMEs, to address the change of GVCs.

APEC’s comparative advantage:
The APEC is the best source for this project because two of the core agendas of APEC are digital economy and GVCs, considering APEC’s announcement in 2019 of the APEC Strategic Blueprint for Promoting Global Value Chains 2020-2025 and APEC Internet and Digital Economy Roadmap(AIDER). This project is expected to pioneer a new branch of work programs for APEC economies to make collective efforts for capacity building.

Sustainability

The workshop will address the steps to move forward, including directions and tasks for future APEC capacity building activity in the area of digital economy and GVCs. The participants of the workshop will be requested to (1) share workshop results and project outcomes to other colleagues in their home economies, (2) report the progress of policy and strategy implementation at CTI, which will be accessible through APEC CTI website. The policy makers, business representatives, and academia researchers inside and outside of APEC economies could benefit from the project.

Respectively after the workshop and the publication of the project, surveys will be conducted to assess the achievement of the project, and to collect feedbacks which could be utilized for relevant future projects.

After the completion of the project, the PO and project members will discuss which steps are needed to develop the objectives of the project, such as more concrete and practical capacity building initiative on the key findings and lessons learnt from the Project Report. The Korea APEC team will possibly carry forward such initiative after the completion of project with the budget from Korea and APEC.

The project would be placed in the annual work program towards the implementation of the APEC Strategic Blueprint for Promoting Global Value Chains 2020-2025 to enhance the sustainability and to track regularly the project.

Project Overseers

Mr. Hyungseog You (PO)
Deputy Director, Multilateral Trade Cooperation DivisionMinistry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE), Republic of Korea

Mr Jae-Han Cho (PO team)
Director of Innovative Growth Policy Division, KIET

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

Not Applicable.

Waivers

Not Applicable.

Are there any supporting document attached?

No 
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