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Economics and Business Educators of NSW

From the President - Joe Alvaro

25  May 2015

Dear EBE NSW Members,

2015 EBE NSW Annual Conference a huge success

2015 EBE NSW Annual Conference
The 2015 EBE NSW Annual Conference was held on 15 May 2015 at Club Burwood RSL. There were nearly 200 educators from NSW and overseas in attendance engaging in professional learning and growth, networking with other colleagues and interacting with conference exhibitors. During this BOSTES NSW endorsed course, educators were able to stop and reflect on what they were doing well with their students and how they could improve aspects of their Economics, Business Studies, Commerce and Legal Studies lessons.

Courtney Butler, National Marketing Manager – Skydive the Beach

Alex Malley, CEO - CPA Australia

Dom Thurbon, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of ChangeLabs
EBE NSW thanks the following keynote speakers for their contributions to the conference:
- Courtney Butler, National Marketing Manager from Skydive the Beach - “Business Case Study: Marketing Topic”
- Alex Malley, CEO – CPA Australia – “Management and Leadership for the Next Generation”
- Dom Thurbon, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of ChangeLabs – “Thriving and Surviving in Times of Change”

2015 EBE NSW Annual Conference
EBE NSW also thanks all the presenters of the conference workshops for sharing their expertise with conference delegates.

2015 EBE NSW Annual Conference
Congratulations to EBE NSW members Wendy Mockler (Lumen Christi Catholic College, Pambula) and Brian Mitchell (Southern Cross Distance Education, Ballina) for their successful applications for an EBE NSW 2015 Annual Conference Professional Development Grant which assisted them as they travelled to Sydney to attend the conference. The EBE Board of Directors were pleased to assist the staff and students of these schools through this grant.

2015 EBE NSW Annual Conference
Some positive feedback was received from conference delegates this year, including:
- “Well structured by linking to the syllabus points.”
- “Very inspirational.”
- “Excellent, informative and linked to syllabus.”
- “Some good assessment ideas for Economics, especially for a group assessment task for the Financial Markets topic.”
- “Amazing!”
- “Learnt some interesting strategies for addressing the ‘learn to’ aspects of the syllabus.”

2015 EBE NSW Annual Conference

2015 EBE NSW Annual Conference

The Conference Convenor this year, EBE NSW Vice President Cheryl Brennan, did an outstanding job and we thank her for all her efforts. Thanks also to our office staff, Annette Davies and Alan Hearle, for all their behind the scenes work. The staff of Club Burwood RSL were most helpful on the day and we thank them for all their assistance. A special mention to our sponsor, CPA Australia – we appreciate their ongoing support.

2015 EBE NSW Annual Conference
And finally thanks to all the conference delegates for their enthusiastic participation in the conference and their feedback which will be analysed by the EBE NSW Board and Staff and used to plan next year’s annual conference.

2015 EBE NSW Annual Conference

2015 EBE NSW Annual Conference

EBE NSW President, Joe Alvaro, presents the lucky door prize to the conference delegate who travelled the greatest distance to come to the 2015 EBE NSW Annual Conference  -  Maree Gibson from Australian International School, Malaysia was the recipient of the prize this year.

BOSTES NSW Inspector HSIE, Curriculum and Assessment Standards addresses EBE NSW Board of Directors

BOSTES NSW Inspector HSIE, Curriculum and Assessment Standards – Darren Tayler
The new BOSTES NSW Inspector HSIE, Curriculum and Assessment Standards, Darren Tayler, was a guest speaker at the last EBE NSW Board meeting on 4 May 2015. Darren indicated that he was appreciative of the invitation and hoped that this was the start of an ongoing conversation. He gave the Board a comprehensive BOSTES NSW update with regards to the courses we support. Darren is keen to hear from EBE members and EBE members are encouraged to contact Darren on any matter, including innovative practice with regards to HSIE teaching at your school.

Darren now has his own Twitter account to help him engage more widely with schools, teachers, students, parents and the community. You will now be able to source subject specific information by following Darren’s comments  and join the conversation about teaching, learning and assessment in the HSIE learning area. Darren’s Twitter handle is @hsieBOSTES. On behalf of the EBE NSW Board of Directors, I would like to thank Darren for attending the Board meeting and we look forward to working with him in the future.

EBE NSW PD Event - “Simulation as a Teaching Method in Business Studies” – 17 June 2015

Date: Wednesday 17 June 2015
Time: 4.25pm – 7.15pm
Venue: S P Jain School of Global Management, 5 Figtree Drive, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW
Cost: EBE NSW members: Free :: Non-members: $30.00

Economics and Business Educators NSW, in association with S P Jain School of Global Management, is offering Business Studies teachers an opportunity to explore simulation as  a teaching method in Business Studies.  A typical business makes hundreds of decisions on a daily basis. The teaching method of simulation can give students the skills and experience they need to make the right decisions. The Harvard Leadership Simulation focuses on how teams make complex decisions when critical information is distributed unevenly among members and when members have partially conflicting goals. Sophisticated computer software simulates the real world and enables participants to practice in a safe environment and learn from the mistakes made.

>> Further details and registration form

EBE NSW PD Event - Teaching the HSC course (Year 12) in Business Studies, Economics or Legal Studies for the first time? – 17 August 2015

Date: Monday 17 August 2015
Time: 4:30pm – 7.30pm
Venue: Department of Education & Communities NSW Building, 3B Smalls Road, Ryde, NSW
Cost: EBE NSW members: $44.00 :: Non-members: $66.00
Our annual “Teaching the HSC course (Year 12) in Business Studies, Economics or Legal Studies for the first time?” PD course will be held on Monday 17 August 2015. This popular course has been designed specifically for:

  • beginning teachers and experienced teachers who are teaching the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards NSW (BOSTES NSW)  HSC Course (Year 12) in Business Studies, Economics or Legal Studies for the first  time.
  • teachers who may have already taught one of these courses in the past but who need a refresher course.
  • teachers who intend to teach one of these courses in the near future.

Each subject session will look at:

  • effective teaching and learning strategies designed to motivate and engage students, based on the current BOSTES NSW syllabus.
  • assessment procedures and techniques, including the BOSTES NSW HSC external examination  and how the examination is marked.
  • useful teaching and learning resources.

This course will be presented by experienced teachers who will share their own experiences during their challenging early years of teaching and how they coped.

>> Further details and registration form


Victoria Commercial Teachers Association PD Event – Legal Studies Canberra Immersion - 6 September 2015 to 8 September 2015

VCTA are holding a Legal Studies Canberra Immersion PD event on 6 September 2015 to 8 September 2015. Teachers from NSW are welcome to attend this PD event.

>> More information at


Save these dates - Business Educators Australasia Biennial National Conference 2016 – “Thinking, Teaching, Doing Business”- 29 September 2016 – 30 September 2016

The BEA national biennial conference – “Thinking, Teaching, Doing Business” will be held on 29 September 2016 and 30 September 2016 at West Point Convention Centre in Hobart, Tasmania. Visit the BEA website at to join the mailing list for regular updates (Go to “Events”, then “Conferences”). Here you will also find some of the presentations from the 2014 BEA Biennial National Conference: Navigating Across Horizons held in Fremantle, Western Australia, including my presentation titled, "The Australian Consumer Law: A young Peoples' Friendly Guide Using a Real World Approach".

2015 EBE NSW Trial HSC Examinations

The order form for the 2015 EBE NSW Trial HSC Business Studies, Economics and Legal Studies examination papers is available below. Relevant past papers are also available. The examination papers have been designed by EBE Directors and include suggested answers and marking guidelines. Special discount prices apply to members of EBE NSW.

>> Order form for 2015 Trial HSC papers

HSC Student Lectures

1. Economics and Business Educators NSW will present the following HSC student lectures at the 2015 HSC and Careers Expo:
- “HSC Legal Studies – Exam preparation” on 31 May 2015 (Royal Hall of Industries, Sydney)
- “HSC Business Studies – Exam preparation” on 31 May 2015 (Royal Hall of Industries, Sydney)
>> More information at

EBE NSW will also present the following HSC student lectures at the 2015 Western Sydney Careers Expo:
- “HSC Legal Studies – Exam preparation” on 21 June 2015 (Sydney Showground, Sydney)
- “HSC Business Studies – Exam preparation” on 21 June 2015(Sydney Showground, Sydney)
>> More information at
2. Academic Attainment is holding the following HSC Economics student lectures at the University of Sydney:
- The Global Economy and Australia’s Place in the Global Economy – 5 July 2015
- Economic Issues, Policies and Management – 7 July 2015

Academic Attainment is also holding the following HSC Business Studies student lectures at the University of Sydney:
- Report Writing/Marketing/Operations – 1 July 2015
- Extended Response Writing/Finance/Human Resources – 3 July 2015

>> Email for more details.

3. The Western Sydney Social Sciences Teachers Association (WeSSSTA) is holding the following HSC student lectures at Penrith High School, Sydney:
- 2015 Business HSC Student Lectures – 29 May 2015 at Penrith High School, Sydney
- 2015 Economics HSC Student Lectures – 13 June 2015 at Penrith High School, Sydney

>> More information at

4.  The Legal Studies Association (LSA) is holding the following HSC student lectures:
- 2015 Legal Studies HSC Student Lectures – Saturday 18 July 2015 at Westmead Education and Conference Centre 
        - Session 1 - 8:30am - 12:30pm 
        - Session 2 (repeat of Session 1) - 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm

>> More details at

5. The University of Sydney Centre for Continuing Education is holding the following HSC preparation courses during the end of Term 2 school holidays:
- HSC Business Studies Preparation Course (Part 3) – Monday 29 June   2015 –      Friday 3 July 2015 – 1.30pm – 5.00pm
- HSC Economics Preparation Course (Part 3) - Monday 29 July 2015 – Friday 3 July 2014 – 9am – 12.30pm
- HSC Legal Studies Preparation Course (Part 3) - Monday 29 July 2015 – Friday 3 July 2014 – 1.30pm – 5pm (This course will focus on the “Consumers” option for the first part of the week and the “Family” option for the second part of the week)

>> More information at

6. The Australian Catholic University will hold the following HSC student lectures:
- Business Studies – 9 July 2015 (North Sydney campus)
- Legal Studies – 9 July 2015 (North Sydney campus)
- Economics – 2 July 2015 (Strathfield campus)
>> More details here

2015 CPA Plan Your Own Enterprise (PYOE) Competition

The CPA Australia Plan Your Own Enterprise competition encourages secondary school students to apply their business education to a real life scenario. Participants are asked to devise a creative enterprise idea and submit a business plan, explaining how their great idea could become a profitable business. For teachers, the competition is a valuable tool to enhance the business education curriculum. For students, it helps to build valuable work and life skills.

  CPA Australia partners with Business Educators Australasia to support teachers in developing the next generation of business leaders through the PYOE competition. Accounting is more than number crunching; the competition requires business insight, practical financial skills and a creative flair for problem solving. There are two divisions (individual student entries and group entries) with fantastic prizes up for grabs. All students receive a certificate for their job portfolios.

Entries from NSW students are due Wednesday 2 September 2015 (Term 3, Week 8). NSW winners will be recognised at the NSW PYOE awards ceremony. The national PYOE awards ceremony will be held on 14 October 2015 in Melbourne.

>> More information, including the entry form, can be found here.

2015 Money Stuff Challenge

The 2015 Money Stuff Challenge is run by the NSW Department of Fair Trading and enables students to enhance their understanding of the concepts and terms in the Commerce syllabus. Entries due by 31 July 2015 (online) and 24 July 2015 (postal entries).

>> More information at

“$20 Boss” - Opportunity for students to run a business

Like our EBE membership, The Foundation for Young Australians are relentlessly optimistic about the potential of our nation’s young people. FYA collaborates with partners to deliver innovative programs embedded in evidence based research.
“$20 Boss”  is the ultimate start-up challenge for school students. Developed to spark creativity, innovative thinking and entrepreneurship, this program gives every student a chance to build a small business from the ground up, tapping into their incredible potential. The program gives secondary school students twenty dollars to start their own business, then through hands-on experience these mini-entrepreneurs will plan, budget, market and run their business idea building innovation, enterprise and financial literacy skills in the process.

The $20 Boss initiative is part of Foundation for Young Australian’s Unlimited Potential commitment to young Australians to back young people to contribute and lead change. This important initiative is also supported by The Victorian Government as a founding partner, NAB in their commitment to supporting small business in Australia and our friends at Education Changemakers as they unleash teacher-led innovation. To find out more or register your Commerce, Economics, Business Studies and Legal Studies students for this wonderful opportunity, visit

Education Changemakers are also giving a team of 5 teachers the opportunity to attend EC15, a national gathering of innovative teachers. Just select Education Changemakers from the drop down menu when registering your school for $20 Boss to be in the running.

The University of Sydney Free Public Lecture

Youth Mental Forum – “Can We Talk?”
Date:  Tuesday 2 June 2015
Time:  6.30pm – 8.30pm
Venue: Seymour Centre, Cnr. of Cleveland St. and City Rd.
Cost: Free with registration required
  • Why is my son refusing to talk?
  • What is going through my daughter’s head?
  • Who can help us?
These are the questions raging through Australian families as children reach the turbulent adolescent years – but for too long, a code of silence has surrounded young people’s mental health and suicide. On 2 June, 2015 The Sunday Telegraph will host a ground-breaking forum, bringing experts, parents, young people and readers together. They want to hear your stories to help you try to recognise when something is wrong and provide information about support services in the community so that you know when and how to take action.

Join the conversation hosted by news presenter, author and columnist Jessica Rowe, with a panel of industry experts including:
  • The Hon. Jeff Kennett AC, beyondblue Founder and Board Chairman
  • Professor Ian Hickie, AM, Executive Director of the Brain and Mind Research Institute at the University of Sydney’s
  • Wendy McCarthy, Chair of headspace National Youth Mental Health Foundation
  • Carli Freiberg and Dominic Greenwood, Schools Coordinators for Batyr, a social enterprise that focuses on preventative education in the area of young people’s mental health
>> More information and to register:

Asia Education Foundation Study Programmes to Asia

1. Discover Indonesia
Dates: 27 September to 3 October 2015

2. Confucius Thought for School Leadership China Study Programme
Dates: 16 to 27 October 2015

>> More information at: Go to “Programmes", then "Study Programmes to Asia"

TV Programs

1. “On Trial”
On Trial is a groundbreaking documentary series featuring unprecedented access to major criminal trials in Australian courts. For the first time cameras have been granted full access to the Supreme Court of Western Australia and the District Court of New South Wales where criminal cases are dealt with before judge and jury. The ABC is repeating this series at the moment. As cameras are not usually allowed in courtrooms in Australia, this series is essential for any Legal Studies and Commerce teaching and learning program. Make sure your school records it.

2. “The Checkout”
“The Checkout” on the  ABC  is useful when teaching Commerce and Legal Studies ( “Consumers” option). Further information at

3. “Q and A” with the Treasurer Joe Hockey
The Treasurer, Joe Hockey, will be the guest on “Q and A” on 25 May 2015 on the ABC (9.35pm). Watch Economics students ask their questions at

Economics and Business News Bites

1. Westpac Economic Update: 22 May 2015
Westpac Senior Economist Elliot Clarke comments on the uplift in consumer sentiment following last week's Federal Budget and recent interest rate cut; as well as on 2 sets of minutes released -  the RBA (concerns around currency) and FOMC (dismissive of Q1 weakness, path to rate normalisation, where growth will come from). Next week sees the partials from Australia's Q1 GDP made public (and why CapEx data is keenly anticipated), plus Westpac's MNI China Consumer Sentiment Index.

>> Click here to access the update on video (accessed on 24 May 2015).

The world changes every day. The markets are even faster.
It's hard to stay ahead of the markets, which is why Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans and his team produce this bite-sized roundup of the week's economic news and events, with clear analysis and insight plus the outlook for the week ahead. No topic is too tricky or hard to follow - in this weekly broadcast the team talk about events that will make a difference to your bottom line, the economy and the nation.

About Bill Evans
William (Bill) Evans is a graduate of the University of Sydney and the London School of Economics. He has worked as a Research Manager for the Reserve Bank of Australia, Treasurer at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, and prior to joining Westpac in 1991, was Director and Head of Financial Markets at Schroders Australia Limited for 8 years. At Westpac he is Managing Director & Global Head of Economics & Research. 
2. Weight Watchers co-founder dies
Jean Nidetch, co-founder of Weight Watchers (WW) has died (1923 – 2015). WW was incorporated in 1963 and went public in 1968, turning its founders into multimillionaires. In 1978 the company was sold for $US71.2 million. Nidetch was president in its early years and then was in charge of public relations until 1984. She conquered her own weight problems and then became a role model with the message “if I can do it, anybody can do it”.
Reference: “Weight Watchers creator found way to win battle of bulge” by Robert McFadden in The Sydney Morning Herald, 5 May 2015-05-24
Syllabus link: BOSTES NSW Preliminary Business Studies Syllabus (2010) – The Nature of Business
3. Senate Food Certification Inquiry
On 13 May 2015, the Senate referred an inquiry into third party certification of food to the Senate Economics References Committee for inquiry and report by 30 November 2015. The inquiry will include national labelling standards, investigation into certification fees and consumer information.

>> More information and the terms of reference here

Legal News Bites

1. Smoking ban to be trialled in Martin Place, Sydney 
Sydney City Council has imposed a trial smoking ban on all outdoor areas in Martin Place. The council said a survey of more than 700 people found that most people would prefer the entire area be smoke-free. Councillor Jenny Green said under the 12-month trial, rangers will walk around with ashtrays asking smokers to put their cigarettes out.

Reference: Smoking ban to be trialled in Sydney's Martin Place (Accessed on 24 May 2015) 
Syllabus link: BOSTES NSW Preliminary Legal Studies Syllabus (2009) – Part II – The Individual and the Law

2. Political party dies
Almost 40 years after they were established to "keep the bastards honest", the Australian Democrats have been deregistered as a political party, according to the Australian Electoral Commission.The AEC said it had deregistered the party because it had not met the required threshold of 500 members.
Reference: Australian Democrats face oblivion as party deregistered
Syllabus link: BOSTES NSW Commerce Syllabus (2003) – Option 6 – Political Involvement
3. NSW Government will pilot a Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme (DVDS)
NSW Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Pru Goward and NSW Attorney General Gabrielle Upton have invited NSW residents to have their say on an Australian-first scheme to protect people who may be at risk of domestic violence. A DVDS allows people to make informed decisions about their relationship and safety, to seek assistance or undertake safety planning. The scheme will be piloted over two years in four areas in NSW. If successful, it could be rolled out across the state.

To view the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme Discussion Paper and provide feedback, visit
Syllabus link: BOSTES NSW HSC Legal Studies Syllabus (2009) – Option 3 - Family

Latest issue of “The EBE Journal - Journal of the Economics and Business Educators NSW” now available

The EBE JournalThe latest issue of "The EBE Journal" (Issue 2 - 2014) is available in the members section of the website. Articles include:
  • President’s Report – Joe Alvaro 
  • EBE NSW News 
  • Economics and Business News Bites - Compiled by Joe Alvaro, Marist College North Shore 
  • Legal News Bites - Compiled by Joe Alvaro, Marist College North Shore 
  • Educating the Final Filter Lessons from Centro regarding Financial Literacy for Company Directors - Philip Ross – Associate Professor, School of Business, University of Western Sydney 
  • Implications of the Global Financial Crisis - Dr Wilson Sy 
  • The Problem with a Living Wage - James Morley, Professor of Economics and Associate Dean (Research) at UNSW Australia Business School 
  • The effect of globalisation on secondary and tertiary business education - Trent Pohlmann BSc (Hons) MBA, Head of the S P Jain School of Global Management’s Sydney Campus 
  • Economists’ Statement on Commonwealth Budgetary and Economic Priorities September 2014 
  • Explaining the business world in HSC extended responses - Trish Weekes, Senior Lecturer in Literacy Education Australian Catholic University 
  • Year 9 Commerce Travel Task – You be the travel agent - Kate Dally, Birrong Girls High School
  • Using Oral Presentations as an Assessment Technique with a Sample Assessment Task for the Commerce Topic – Employment Issues - Joe Alvaro, Marist College North Shore 
  • How many students studied HSC Economics, HSC Business Studies and HSC Legal Studies in 2014? - Joe Alvaro, Marist College North Shore 
  • ASX Schools Sharemarket Game 2, 2014 - Amanda Mior, Sharemarket Game Coordinator 
  • 2014 Commonwealth Bank Foundation Teaching Award Winners 
  • Premier’s First State Super Financial Literacy Scholarship 2013 - Elena Gray, St Patrick’s Marist College, Dundas 
  • Australian International School Teacher Profile - Don Sommerville, Australian International School, Hong Kong 
  • President’s Report to the 2014 Economics and Business Educators NSW Annual General Meeting (1 December 2014) 
  • Economics and Business Educators NSW Financial Statements for the Year Ended 30 June 2014

A call for articles for “The EBE Journal”

Would you like your article published in “The EBE Journal”?

Articles are welcome from academics and teachers of Economics, Business Studies, Legal Studies and Commerce.  Contributing to the journal is one way for teachers to demonstrate the national professional teaching standards at any of the four career stages – Graduate, Proficient, Highly Accomplished or Lead. It is also an effective way to engage in professional dialogue and sharing with other teachers. All sources are acknowledged and copies of published articles can be attached to your C.V.
All articles and/or enquires should be directed to:
The Editor
Economics and Business Educators NSW
3B Smalls Road Ryde NSW 2112
Phone: (02) 9886 7786
Fax: (02) 9886 7673

>> Please ensure that all tables, diagrams and figures included with your paper are of a suitable quality for reproduction.

Past issues of "The EBE Journal"

Past issues of "The EBE Journal" are available on the members section of EBE NSW website and contain some useful teaching and learning resources. For example in “The EBE Journal” (Issue 1, 2012) there is a crossword activity based on key words/directive terms used in examination questions by EBE Vice-President Kate Dally. Look for the article titled “Examination Verbs”.

EBE NSW Helpdesk

As always EBE NSW Directors are available for advice and assistance to members in relation to the teaching and learning of Business Studies, Commerce, Economics and Legal Studies. Email

Joe Alvaro
President — Economics and Business Educators NSW

* Correction: In the last EBE e-newsletter (29 April 2015) it was stated that Year 11 Economics and Business Studies teachers attended the BOSTES NSW endorsed “Teaching the Preliminary course (Year 11) in Economics or Legal Studies for the first time?” EBE NSW PD event on 11 March 2015.  This should have read “Year 11 Economics and Legal Studies teachers attended ...”

Looking back

1 May 1974 – Australian publisher and media magnate Sir Frank Packer dies aged 67.
1 May 2011 - US President Barack Obama informs the world about the death of terrorist leader Osama bin Laden in a raid on his home in the Pakistani city of Abbottabad.
3 May 1961 – Australian Parliament voted 57-39 to deny Aborigines the right to vote.
3 May 1979 - Margaret Thatcher, 53 wins her first election, becoming the first female prime minister in Europe. She led Britain for 11 years.
3 May 1999 - An illegal heroin injecting room opens in Sydney's Kings Cross. This will lead to laws allowing a heroin injecting room.
14 May 1984 - Australian $1 coins went into circulation.
18 May 2001 - BHP shareholders vote to merge with London based miner Billiton, in the biggest amalgamation in Australian corporate history.
29 May 1975 – The Australian Family Law Court was established.
30 May 1928 - Cadbury's Dairy Milk Chocolate was first produced in Tasmania.
31 May 1994 – Ivan Milat, 49, is charged with the murder of seven backpackers, whose bodies were found in the Belanglo State Forest southwest of Sydney. In 1996 Ivan Milat was sentenced to life in jail.

Quick statistic from the Australian Bureau of Statistics 2011 Census

In Australia, of couple families, 21.7% had both partners employed full-time, 3.7% had both employed part-time and 21.4% had one employed full-time and the other part-time.

Did you know?

* On the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards NSW website under “HSC  Syllabuses – HSIE – Business Studies” there are support documents for the Preliminary and HSC Business Studies courses, including assessment task samples.
* Australia’s total superannuation savings have hit $2 trillion for the first time. (From: “Super funds hit $2 trillion” in The Daily Telegraph, 22 May 2015)

Attitude to money

“If you should put even a little on a little, and do this often, soon this would become big.”
- Hesiod


“Rank does not confer privilege or give power. It imposes responsibility."
- Peter Drucker - Management Consultant and Writer

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