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Article 23 Projections of Financial Statements

Projections of future operating results are not required in the document. However, if the issuer decides to disclose such information, it has to justify its projections adequately. The issuer also has to provide an explanation on how the projections were calculated, taking into account all the assumptions and the risk of failure in the projected results. If such statements are presented in the document, they must be examined and reported on by the reporting accountants, experts or consultants.

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