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Press Release

SUCCESSFUL ISSUANCE OF BDCB ISLAMIC BILLS

 

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (September 2021) - The Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB), is pleased to announce the successful pricing of its 41st issuance of BDCB I-Bills.

The total of the sukuk issuance was BND47 million with the following details:

SeriesIssuance DateMaturity DateTenorRate
041
16 September 202130 September 202114 Days0.1100%


With this issuance, BDCB thus far issued BND1,030 million worth of short-term BDCB I-Bills since the maiden offering on 22nd October 2020, and the total holdings of the BDCB I-Bills outstanding as at 16th September 2021 stood at BND64 million.                                                                                      

Download Successful Issuance of BDCB Islamic Bills 41st Series

  


PRESS RELEASE

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM'S RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY PRICE INDEX (RPPI)

FOR QUARTER 1 2021 (Q1 2021)

 

1.        Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB) today published Brunei Darussalam's Residential Property Price Index (RPPI) for the first quarter of 2021 (Q1 2021). The index is compiled using data sourced from the banks in Brunei Darussalam, and is published with close cooperation from the Ministry of Development, in particular the Authority for Building Control and Construction Industry (ABCi).

2.      In Q1 2021, the RPPI was at 92.8, showing an increase of 1.9% year-on-year compared to Q1 2020, and an increase of 2.5% quarter-on-quarter compared to Q4 2020. 

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3.       Based on the mortgage data obtained from the banks, there were 112 transactions for private residential properties in Q1 2021, compared to 131 transactions in Q4 2020. The majority of these transactions were for detached house (60.7%); followed by semi-detached houses (20.6%); terrace houses (8.0%); apartments (8.0%); and land (2.7%). 

4.       The median purchase price for all types of private residential properties was BND247,000 in Q1 2021, lower by 0.8% compared to Q1 2020 and higher by 0.8% compared to Q4 2020. The median purchase prices for specific types of properties were BND283,000 for detached houses; BND185,000 for semi-detached houses; BND215,000 for terrace houses; BND220,000 for apartments; and BND150,000 for land. 

5.       The published statistics and index should be treated as general information only and one should not rely solely on these data to draw specific conclusions on a particular private residential property as property values vary with location, land size, floor area and so on.  

6.       For more information on RPPI, members of the public may refer to the technical notes on the methodology, as well as updated statistics from on the BDCB website at www.bdcb.gov.bn. Updates on the RPPI will also be available via BDCB's Instagram account @centralbank.brunei.
 

Brunei Darussalam Central Bank

Date:        8 Safar 1443 / 16 September 2021

Reference:     BDCB/COMMS/3

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Download English version here

Download RPPI Technical Notes here

  

Press Release

SUCCESSFUL ISSUANCE OF BDCB ISLAMIC BILLS

 

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (September 2021) - The Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB), is pleased to announce the successful pricing of its 40th issuance of BDCB I-Bills.

The total of the sukuk issuance was BND17 million with the following details:


SeriesIssuance DateMaturity DateTenorRate
040
09 September 202123 September 202114 Days0.1000%


With this issuance, BDCB thus far issued BND983 million worth of short-term BDCB I-Bills since the maiden offering on 22nd October 2020, and the total holdings of the BDCB I-Bills outstanding as at 9th September 2021 stood at BND49 million.                                                                                      

Download Successful Issuance of BDCB Islamic Bills 40th Series

  


PRESS RELEASE

SUCCESSFUL ISSUANCES OF BRUNEI DARUSSALAM GOVERNMENT SUKUK AL-IJARAH SECURITIES


Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (September 2021) - The Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB), agent to the Government of His Majesty The Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam in managing and administering Sukuk Al-Ijarah issuances, is pleased to announce the successful pricing of its 198th issuance of Sukuk Al-Ijarah securities.

The total of the sukuk issuance was BND50 million with the following details:

SeriesIssuance DateMaturity DateTenorRental Rate
198
02 September 202101 September 2022
364 Days
0.1875%

 

With this issuance, the Brunei Government has thus far issued over BND14.80 billion worth of Sukuk Al-Ijarah securities since the maiden offering on 6th April 2006, and the total holdings of the Brunei Government Sukuk outstanding as at 2nd august 2021 stood at BND280.0 million.

Download PDF here Successful Issuances of Brunei Darussalam Government Sukuk Al-Ijarah Securities 198th Series

  

Press Release

SUCCESSFUL ISSUANCE OF BDCB ISLAMIC BILLS

 

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (September 2021) - The Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB), is pleased to announce the successful pricing of its 39th issuance of BDCB I-Bills.

The total of the sukuk issuance was BND32 million with the following details:


SeriesIssuance DateMaturity DateTenorRate
039
02 September 202116 September 202114 Days0.1100%


With this issuance, BDCB thus far issued BND966 million worth of short-term BDCB I-Bills since the maiden offering on 22nd October 2020, and the total holdings of the BDCB I-Bills outstanding as at 2nd September 2021 stood at BND69 million.                                                                                      

Download Successful Issuance of BDCB Islamic Bills 39th Series

  

Press Release

BDCB POLICY STATEMENT 1/2021

 

  1. Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB) today published its bi-annual policy statement.

  2. In its Policy Statement 1/2021, BDCB noted that the global economy is expected to grow 6.0% in 2021. Meanwhile, the domestic economy contracted by 1.4% year-on-year in Q1 2021. BDCB's inflation forecast for 2021 has been revised upwards to the range of 1% to 2%.

  3. BDCB also highlighted that the overall risk level of the banking sector in Q1 2021 remained the same as Q4 2020. As part of BDCB's continued management of systemic risk in the financial sector, the Domestic Systemically Important Bank(s) (D-SIBs) for the period June to December 2021 have been identified.

  4. The banking industry continues to have a robust capital position. Despite the lingering impact from the COVID-19 outbreak, the capital position of the banking industry as of Q1 2021 remains robust, with an aggregate Capital Adequacy Ratio of 21.4%. Nevertheless, in light of the heightened uncertainties associated with the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the low global interest/profit rates environment, the profitability of the banking industry has declined slightly.

  5. BDCB has also extended the period for assistance to businesses and individuals affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and the waiver of fees and charges (excluding third party charges) for online local interbank fund transfers from 1 April 2021 to 30 September 2021. In light of the second wave of COVID-19 cases in Brunei Darussalam starting in August 2021, the period of assistance has been extended further to 31 December 2021.

  6. To further promote market transparency and discipline, BDCB has refined the existing public disclosure requirements by issuing a Regulatory Notice on Pillar 3 – Public Disclosure Requirements. Meanwhile, to ensure effective controls and management of conflict of interest when producing or disseminating research reports to any investors or potential investors concerning securities or issuers of securities, whether in electronic, print or other forms, BDCB had issued the Guideline on Handling of Conflict of Interest upon Promoting Research Reports.

  7. As part of BDCB's continuous efforts to strengthen financial consumer protection in the current developments in financial products and services, BDCB has issued two enhanced notices, namely Notice on Market Conduct and Notice for the Establishment of a Complaints Handling Function within Financial Institutions.

  8. The full version of BDCB Policy Statement 1/2021 can be found at BDCB's website Here. For further information and enquiries, members of the public may contact BDCB by calling the BDCB hotline at 2388388, or by emailing  

 

Brunei Darussalam Central Bank

 

Ref:                      BDCB/COMMS/3

Date:                  26   Muharram 1443H/      4  September 2021


Download Malay version BDCB Siaran Akhbar - Kenyataan Dasar BDCB 1/2021

Download English version BDCB Press Release - BDCB Policy Statement 1/2021

  

Press Release

SUCCESSFUL ISSUANCE OF BDCB ISLAMIC BILLS

 

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (August 2021) - The Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB), is pleased to announce the successful pricing of its 38th issuance of BDCB I-Bills.

The total of the sukuk issuance was BND37 million with the following details:


SeriesIssuance DateMaturity DateTenorRate
038
26 August 20219 September 202114 Days0.1100%


With this issuance, BDCB thus far issued BND934 million worth of short-term BDCB I-Bills since the maiden offering on 22nd October 2020, and the total holdings of the BDCB I-Bills outstanding as at 26th August 2021 stood at BND84 million.                                                                                      

Download Successful Issuance of BDCB Islamic Bills 38th Series

  

Press Release

SUCCESSFUL ISSUANCE OF BDCB ISLAMIC BILLS

 

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (August 2021) - The Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB), is pleased to announce the successful pricing of its 37th issuance of BDCB I-Bills.

The total of the sukuk issuance was BND47 million with the following details:


SeriesIssuance DateMaturity DateTenorRate
037
19 August 20212 September 202114 Days0.1100%


With this issuance, BDCB thus far issued BND897 million worth of short-term BDCB I-Bills since the maiden offering on 22nd October 2020, and the total holdings of the BDCB I-Bills outstanding as at 19th August 2021 stood at BND69 million.                                                                                      

Download Successful Issuance of BDCB Islamic Bills 37th Series

  


PRESS RELEASE 

BRUNEI DARUSSALAM CENTRAL BANK COUNTERS AND SERVICES DURING COVID-19

 

1.         In light of the latest developments of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak in Brunei Darussalam, Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB) has activated our business continuity plan (BCP) in our effort to contain its spread and to protect the safety and well-being of our employees. On this note, we would like to inform the public of temporary disruptions to our public counters effective immediately, until further notice. 

2.       Please find below the details of our public counters and services.

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3.       BDCB would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused. Amid this COVID-19 pandemic, BDCB remains committed to the financial stability of Brunei Darussalam and to safeguarding Brunei Darussalam's financial system and the interests of financial consumers. 

4.       For any other enquiries, the public may contact BDCB at 2388388 or email us at info@bdcb.gov.bn

 

Brunei Darussalam Central Bank

Date:   30 Zulhijjah 1442 / 9 August 2021

  

PRESS RELEASE

EXTENSION OF INTERIM MEASURES BY THE BANKING SECTOR

 

1.                 Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDBC) would like to inform that the assistance offered by the banking sector to businesses and individuals affected by the COVID-19 pandemic is extended until 31st December 2021.

2.                Since 1st April 2020, banks and finance companies have been providing various assistance to help alleviate the financial distress of affected borrowers. From the period 1st April 2020 to 31st December 2020, a total of 2,014 applications have been granted assistance, while 436 applications were approved for the period 1st April 2021 to 30th June 2021, of which the majority preferred to defer monthly loan/ financing repayment temporarily. 

3.                BDCB will continue to provide regulatory flexibility to encourage banks and finance companies to offer affected borrowers appropriate temporary assistance, subject to the assessment of banks and finance companies. Additionally, banks and finance companies will continue to waive selected fees and charges related to the facilities, except third party charges. The type of temporary assistance are as follows: 

a. Deferment of repayments on loan/ financing;

b. Restructuring on personal loan/ financing and hire purchase such as car financing for a period not exceeding 10 years; and

c. Conversion of outstanding balance on credit card into a short term loan/ financing not exceeding 3 years for affected individuals in the private sector only including self-employed.

4.                With the latest development of COVID-19 pandemic outbreak in Brunei Darussalam, banks will endeavor to offer affected businesses for their temporary liquidity needs through short-term facilities, subject to their assessment. 

5.                Banks will also continue to waive fees and charges (excluding third party charges) for local online interbank fund transfers to all bank customers until 31st December 2021. 

6.                BDCB would also like to take this opportunity to advise borrowers to consider the type of assistance required. While borrowers may opt to defer their monthly repayments, the interest/ profit may accrue on the deferred repayments. Any subscriptions to additional facilities will also incur costs through interest/ profit charged. As such, borrowers are advised to first consider whether the assistance is needed, consult with their respective banks and finance companies on the options available, and the appropriateness of the options provided to suit their needs. Affected borrowers who are able to resume full repayments are encouraged to make the agreed regular repayments to avoid unnecessary debt accumulation. 

7.                BDCB would like to assure the general public that the banking sector in Brunei Darussalam remains resilient, strong and well-capitalised. BDCB will continue to actively monitor the health of the industry including the assistance granted through the period. 

8.                For more information, please contact the banks or finance companies directly or BDCB at 8318388 or info@bdcb.gov.bn. 

Brunei Darussalam Central Bank

Date:   4th Muharam 1443 / 13th August 2021

Reference:     BDCB/COMMS/3

Download Malay version BDCB-Siaran-Akhbar-Pelanjutan-Langkah-Langkah-Interim-Sektor-Perbankan

Download English version BDCB-Press-Release-Extension-of-Interim-Measures

  

Press Release

SUCCESSFUL ISSUANCE OF BDCB ISLAMIC BILLS

 

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (August 2021) - The Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB), is pleased to announce the successful pricing of its 36th issuance of BDCB I-Bills.

The total of the sukuk issuance was BND22 million with the following details:


SeriesIssuance DateMaturity DateTenorRate
036
12 August 202126 August 202114 Days0.1100%


With this issuance, BDCB thus far issued BND850 million worth of short-term BDCB I-Bills since the maiden offering on 22nd October 2020, and the total holdings of the BDCB I-Bills outstanding as at 12th August 2021 stood at BND41 million.                                                                                      

Download Successful Issuance of BDCB Islamic Bills 36th Series

  


PRESS RELEASE

SUCCESSFUL ISSUANCES OF BRUNEI DARUSSALAM GOVERNMENT SUKUK AL-IJARAH SECURITIES


Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (August 2021) - The Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB), agent to the Government of His Majesty The Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam in managing and administering Sukuk Al-Ijarah issuances, is pleased to announce the successful pricing of its 197th issuance of Sukuk Al-Ijarah securities.

The total of the sukuk issuance was BND100 million with the following details:

SeriesIssuance DateMaturity DateTenorRental Rate
197
05 August 202104 November 2021
91 Days
0.1875%

 

With this issuance, the Brunei Government has thus far issued over BND14.75 billion worth of Sukuk Al-Ijarah securities since the maiden offering on 6th April 2006, and the total holdings of the Brunei Government Sukuk outstanding as at 5th august 2021 stood at BND280.0 million.

Download PDF here Successful Issuances of Brunei Darussalam Government Sukuk Al-Ijarah Securities 197th Series

  

Press Release

SUCCESSFUL ISSUANCE OF BDCB ISLAMIC BILLS

 

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (August 2021) - The Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB), is pleased to announce the successful pricing of its 35th issuance of BDCB I-Bills.

The total of the sukuk issuance was BND19 million with the following details:


SeriesIssuance DateMaturity DateTenorRate
035
5 August 202119 August 202114 Days0.1100%


With this issuance, BDCB thus far issued BND828 million worth of short-term BDCB I-Bills since the maiden offering on 22nd October 2020, and the total holdings of the BDCB I-Bills outstanding as at 5th August 2021 stood at BND56 million.                                                                                      

Download Successful Issuance of BDCB Islamic Bills 35th Series.PDF

  

Press Release

SUCCESSFUL ISSUANCE OF BDCB ISLAMIC BILLS

 

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (August 2021) - The Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB), is pleased to announce the successful pricing of its 34th issuance of BDCB I-Bills.

The total of the sukuk issuance was BND37 million with the following details:


SeriesIssuance DateMaturity DateTenorRate
034
29 July 202112 August 202114 Days0.1100%


With this issuance, BDCB thus far issued BND809 million worth of short-term BDCB I-Bills since the maiden offering on 22nd October 2020, and the total holdings of the BDCB I-Bills outstanding as at 29th July 2021 stood at BND84 million.                                                                                      

Download Successful Issuance of BDCB Islamic Bills 34th Series

  

MEDIA RELEASE  

14 July 2021

 

ASEAN Capital Markets Forum engaged ASEAN stakeholders to socialise its ACMF Action Plan 2021-2025

 

Following the publication of the ASEAN Capital Markets Forum (ACMF) Action Plan 2021-2025 ("Action Plan") on 15 March 2021, the ACMF held virtual stakeholder engagement sessions between 1 and 8 July 2021 with capital market participants and other stakeholders of ASEAN member countries. The stakeholder engagements were organised by the Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB), State Securities Commission of Viet Nam (SSC Vietnam) together with the Sustainable Finance Institute Asia (SFIA)[1]

The stakeholder engagements were divided into three sessions, the first was held for participants from Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand on 1 July 2021, the second session for participants from Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Lao PDR and Myanmar on 6 July 2021 and the third session for participants from Viet Nam, Philippines and Indonesia on 8 July 2021. It was attended by more than 150 participants across ASEAN. Also in attendance was the Principal Finance Sector Specialist from the Asian Development Bank. 

In realising the ACMF Vision 2025, the Action Plan sets out three strategic objectives namely (i) fostering growth and recovery with sustainability, (ii) promoting and sustaining inclusiveness; and (iii) strengthening and maintaining orderliness and resilience. The five key priorities that support the strategic objectives are: (i) driving higher levels of transparency and disclosure, (ii) continuing with regulatory harmonisation, (iii) intensifying capacity building, (iv) amplifying communication and awareness building; and (v) strengthening co-operation and co-ordination. 

The stakeholder engagement sessions were aimed to socialise the strategic goals and key priorities of the Action Plan and to have a dialogue on how the ACMF and capital markets participants can work together to improve and build up the capital markets ecosystem going forward. ACMF takes a collaborative approach in its undertakings. This is reflected under two of its five key priorities which are to amplify communication and awareness building and strengthen co-operation and co-ordination. As such, awareness, involvement and feedback of its stakeholders are crucial. 

As highlighted by Ms. Faadzilah Abu Bakar, Executive Director of Capital Market from Brunei Darussalam Central Bank as the present Chair of the ACMF Deputies in her closing remarks, "We all play a pivotal role in the successful implementation of the action plan. We look forward to receiving your continuous feedback on how we can together, improve the journey towards achieving the plan and ACMF's vision of an interconnected, inclusive and resilient ASEAN Capital Market."  

The development of the Action Plan in 2020 had also involved several rounds of stakeholder engagements with stock exchanges, fund managers, brokers, institutional investors and investment banks. This ensures that the Action Plan remains inclusive and relevant, particularly amid the new normal. 

-END-


Note-to-Editors 

About the ACMF

  • The ACMF is a high-level grouping of capital market regulators from all 10 ASEAN jurisdictions, namely Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam. The ACMF is currently chaired by Brunei Darussalam Central Bank. The next ACMF Chair will be Securities and Exchange Regulator of Cambodia.
  • More information on the ACMF and its initiatives can be found at the ACMF website at www.theacmf.org. 

For media queries, please contact: 

Brunei Darussalam Central Bank

Members of the Media may contact Faadzilah Abu Bakar at faadzilah.bakar@bdcb.gov.bn or Maz Khairunnisa Mohidin at khairunnisa.mohidin@bdcb.gov.bn or call us at +673 2380053.

[1] BDCB is the current ACMF Chair in which the Action Plan was endorsed. The previous Chair of the ACMF in 2020 was SSC Vietnam who played an instrumental role in the preparation of the Action Plan during their Chairmanship. SFIA is a consultant appointed by ACMF to draft the Action Plan.  


Download Press-Release-ACMF-Action-Plan-2021-2025

  

Press Release

SUCCESSFUL ISSUANCE OF BDCB ISLAMIC BILLS

 

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (July 2021) - The Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB), is pleased to announce the successful pricing of its 33rd issuance of BDCB I-Bills.

The total of the sukuk issuance was BND47 million with the following details:


SeriesIssuance DateMaturity DateTenorRate
033
22 July 202105 August 202114 Days0.1100%


With this issuance, BDCB thus far issued BND772 million worth of short-term BDCB I-Bills since the maiden offering on 22nd October 2020, and the total holdings of the BDCB I-Bills outstanding as at 22nd July 2021 stood at BND47 million.                                                                                      

Download Successful Issuance of BDCB Islamic Bills 33rd Series

  


PRESS RELEASE

SUCCESSFUL ISSUANCES OF BRUNEI DARUSSALAM GOVERNMENT SUKUK AL-IJARAH SECURITIES


Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (July 2021) - The Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB), agent to the Government of His Majesty The Sultan and Yang Di-Pertuan of Brunei Darussalam in managing and administering Sukuk Al-Ijarah issuances, is pleased to announce the successful pricing of its 196th issuance of Sukuk Al-Ijarah securities.

The total of the sukuk issuance was BND100 million with the following details:

SeriesIssuance DateMaturity DateTenorRental Rate
196
8 July 20217 October 2021
91 Days
0.1875%

 

With this issuance, the Brunei Government has thus far issued over BND14.65 billion worth of Sukuk Al-Ijarah securities since the maiden offering on 6th April 2006, and the total holdings of the Brunei Government Sukuk outstanding as at 8th July 2021 stood at BND280.0 million.

Download PDF here Successful Issuances of Brunei Darussalam Government Sukuk Al-Ijarah Securities 196th Series

  

Press Release

SUCCESSFUL ISSUANCE OF BDCB ISLAMIC BILLS

 

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (July 2021) - The Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB), is pleased to announce the successful pricing of its 31st issuance of BDCB I-Bills.

The total of the sukuk issuance was BND32 million with the following details:


SeriesIssuance DateMaturity DateTenorRate
0311 July 202115 July 202114 Days0.1300%


With this issuance, BDCB thus far issued BND678 million worth of short-term BDCB I-Bills since the maiden offering on 22nd October 2020, and the total holdings of the BDCB I-Bills outstanding as at 1st July 2021 stood at BND52 million.                                                                                      

  


Press Release 

SUCCESSFUL ISSUANCE OF BDCB ISLAMIC BILLS

 

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (July 2021) - The Brunei Darussalam Central Bank (BDCB), is pleased to announce the successful pricing of its 32nd issuance of BDCB I-Bills. 

The total of the sukuk issuance was BND47 million with the following details:

 

SeriesIssuance DateMaturity DateTenorRate
0328 July 202122 July 202114 Days0.1200%

 

With this issuance, BDCB thus far issued BND725 million worth of short-term BDCB I-Bills since the maiden offering on 22nd October 2020, and the total holdings of the BDCB I-Bills outstanding as at 8th July 2021 stood at BND79 million.                                                                                       

  


Press Release

SUCCESSFUL ISSUANCE OF AMBD ISLAMIC BILLS

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam (June 2021) - The Autoriti Monetari Brunei Darussalam (AMBD), is pleased to announce the successful pricing of its 30th issuance of AMBD I-Bills.

The total of the sukuk issuance was BND20 million with the following details:

SeriesIssuance DateMaturity DateTenorRate
030
24June 20218 July 202114 Days0.1200%

 

With this issuance, AMBD thus far issued BND646 million worth of short-term AMBD I-Bills since the maiden offering on 22nd October 2020, and the total holdings of the AMBD I-Bills outstanding as at 24th June 2021 stood at BND30 million.

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