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OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION


   Profile of SMEs
  About SMIDEC

  Issues and Challenges

  SME Development Programmes

   Fin...
PROFILE OF SMEs


   Manufacturing,          Services, Primary
Manufacturing Related    Agriculture, Information
 Services...
PROFILE OF SMEs




                                              4,136
                                 LARGE       (0.8%...
PROFILE OF SMEs




       Agriculture
                                                  Manufacturing
       32,126      ...
PROFILE OF SMEs




                         523(2%)

     Agriculture         1,618 (5%)

                              2...
PROFILE OF SMEs

               CONTRIBUTION OF SMEs
               Output in the manufacturing sector (1996 – 2005)

    ...
PROFILE OF SMEs

                CONTRIBUTION OF SMEs
                Value added in the manufacturing sector (1996 – 2005...
PROFILE OF SMEs
                CONTRIBUTION OF SMEs
                Employment in the manufacturing sector (1996 – 2005)
...
ABOUT SMIDEC

Established under Parliamentary Act, 539 on 2nd
May 1996
Focal point for the overall development of SMEs in
...
To be the Leading Organisation in
Developing SMEs that Contribute to
the Economic Growth and Enhanced
    Competitiveness ...
To Transform SMEs to be Vibrant,
Competitive and Resilient and to be
      Fully Integrated into the
    Manufacturing and...
ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE
                             Corporate
                             Communications

             ...
FUNCTIONS
    Promote, Coordinate and Implement Programmes for
    the Development of SMEs

Forge Industrial Linkages Betw...
FUNCTIONS



                   SMIDEC
                  NEWSLINK
                                          SME
 Related  ...
FUNCTIONS


       FORGE INDUSTRIAL
LINKAGES BETWEEN SMEs AND MNCs



INDUSTRIAL
LINKAGE
PROGRAMME



                 GLO...
FUNCTIONS


  IMPLEMENT, COORDINATE AND MONITOR
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE SCHEMES PROVIDED
                TO SMEs




        ...
FUNCTIONS

               Enhancement
               Programme



  PROVIDE      SME Expert
 TECHNICAL     Advisory
AND AD...
FUNCTIONS

            Participation in international
            & regional cooperation
            programmes
          ...
ISSUES AND CHALLENGES


Impact of increased globalisation
and liberalisation
   increasing competition
   changes in struc...
ISSUES AND CHALLENGES




Competition from emerging economies
Greater outsourcing strategies by
MNCs
Changing the mindset ...
ASSISTANCE PROGRAMMES IN LINE
                      WITH GROWTH OF ENTERPRISE
                                            ...
DEVELOPMENT OF SMEs IN MALAYSIA


 LOW TECHNOLOGY UTILISATION


LOW INVOLVEMENT IN R & D
ACTIVITIES

EMPLOYEES OF SMEs LAC...
DEVELOPMENT OF SMEs IN MALAYSIA




  Business and Market Development

Technology and ICT Adoption

Skills Development

Fi...
BUSINESS AND MARKET DEVELOPMENT



 INDUSTRIAL LINKAGE PROGRAMME (ILP)

Integrating SMEs into the supply chain of the
MNCs...
BUSINESS AND
                                 MARKET DEVELOPMENT


ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME
       FOR SMEs



Support SMEs t...
BUSINESS AND
                                        MARKET DEVELOPMENT




    Provides platform to exhibit
    products ...
BUSINESS AND
                                                  MARKET DEVELOPMENT




                                    ...
BUSINESS AND
                            MARKET DEVELOPMENT



         ENTERPRISE 50 AWARD
             PROGRAMME
Prestig...
BUSINESS AND
                                 MARKET DEVELOPMENT



     SME EXPERT ADVISORY
            PANEL
  EMPLACEME...
BUSINESS AND
   TECHNOLOGY AND                           MARKET DEVELOPMENT

     ICT ADOPTION
SMEs ARE ENCOURAGED TO ADOP...
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

  SKILLS      GRANT FOR
UPGRADING     ENHANCING
PROGRAMME     MARKETING
            SKILLS OF SMEs
SKILLS UPGRADING

21 SKILLS DEVELOPMENT CENTRES
APPOINTED
ENHANCING MARKETING
           SKILLS OF SMEs



Assist SMEs to enhance
their employees’
marketing skills through
short-te...
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE


GRANTS




              SOFT LOANS
500,000




                                            250,000
                                                          ...
QUALIFYING CRITERIA

Companies incorporated under the Companies Act
1965 OR enterprises incorporated under the
Registratio...
MATCHING GRANT FOR BUSINESS START-UP

    Provides grant to assist SMEs in:
        Preparation of Business Planning
     ...
MATCHING GRANT FOR
PRODUCT AND PROCESS IMPROVEMENT
   Provides grant to SMEs for improvement and upgrading
   of existing:...
MATCHING GRANT FOR PRODUCTIVITY
AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT AND CERTIFICATION
      Provides grant to assist SMEs in obtaining...
MATCHING GRANT FOR MARKET DEVELOPMENT
 Provides grant to assist SMEs in undertaking activities for the
 development of exp...
MATCHING GRANT FOR DEVELOPMENT
AND PROMOTION OF HALAL PRODUCT
“Oh mankind! Eat of that which is halal and tayyib on the ea...
MATCHING GRANT FOR
ENHANCING PRODUCT PACKAGING, DESIGN
 AND LABELLING CAPABILITIES OF SMEs

   Designing and improving pro...
GRANT FOR ROSETTANET
       STANDARD IMPLEMENTATION

RosettaNet Direct Model      RosettaNet ASP Model
                   ...
HOW TO APPLY?
By mail:
701D, Level 7, Tower D, Uptown 5
No. 5, Jalan SS 21/39, Damansara Utama
47400 Petaling Jaya
Selango...
SOFT LOANS
SOFT LOAN FOR SMEs (SLSMEs)
   Both existing as well as start-up companies are eligible for :
           Projec...
SOFT LOAN FOR ICT ADOPTION


     Upgrading Engineering Design Capabilities

            Purchase of design software or su...
SOFT LOANS
                                 Maximum Loan     Interest   Payment
                                          ...
OUTREACH PROGRAMMES
    AND ADVISORY SERVICES
               Outreach Programme

                                       20...
OUTREACH PROGRAMMES
                                                AND ADVISORY SERVICES



                     Advisory...
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  1. 1. OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION Profile of SMEs About SMIDEC Issues and Challenges SME Development Programmes Financial Assistance Programmes
  2. 2. PROFILE OF SMEs Manufacturing, Services, Primary Manufacturing Related Agriculture, Information Services and Agro - And Communication based Industry Technology (ICT) Companies with annual Companies with annual sales turnover not sales turnover not exceeding RM25 million exceeding RM5 million OR full time employees OR full time employees not exceeding 150 not exceeding 50
  3. 3. PROFILE OF SMEs 4,136 LARGE (0.8%) 11,657 MEDIUM (2.2%) 95,490 SMALL (18.3%) 411,849 MICRO (78.7%) TOTAL ESTABLISHMENT : 523,132 Preliminary Statistics by DOS - Dec 2005
  4. 4. PROFILE OF SMEs Agriculture Manufacturing 32,126 37,866 (6.2%) (7.3%) Services 449,004 TOTAL SMEs : 518,996 (86.5%) Preliminary Statistics by DOS - Dec 2005
  5. 5. PROFILE OF SMEs 523(2%) Agriculture 1,618 (5%) 29,985(93%) 1,959(5%) Manufacturing 14,955(39%) 20,952(56%) 9,175(2%) 78,917(18%) 360,912 (80%) Services 0 100,000 200,000 300,000 400,000 Total Services : 449,004 Micro Small Medium Total Manufacturing : 37,866 Total Agriculture : 32,216 Preliminary Statistics by DOS - Dec 2005
  6. 6. PROFILE OF SMEs CONTRIBUTION OF SMEs Output in the manufacturing sector (1996 – 2005) 100 40 90 30 80 20 70 RM billion 60 10 Per cent 50 0 40 -10 30 -20 20 10 -30 0 -40 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Output 51.5 55.8 49.4 58.5 59.7 60.9 62.8 68.5 75.2 82 Contribution 22.1 22.8 19.7 20.8 25.4 29.2 29.1 29.2 29.3 29.6 Year NPC Calculated Survey 1996 - 2005 Output Contribution
  7. 7. PROFILE OF SMEs CONTRIBUTION OF SMEs Value added in the manufacturing sector (1996 – 2005) 20 40 30 16 20 RM billion 12 10 Per cent 0 8 -10 -20 4 -30 0 -40 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Value added 10.1 11.8 10.9 11.5 12 12.4 12.7 13.9 15.2 16.6 Contribution 19.5 22.6 19.8 20.6 23.6 26.9 25.8 25.7 25.7 25.9 Year NPC Calculated Survey 1996 - 2005 Value added Contribution
  8. 8. PROFILE OF SMEs CONTRIBUTION OF SMEs Employment in the manufacturing sector (1996 – 2005) 450,000 35 400,000 25 350,000 300,000 15 No of Workers Per cent 250,000 5 200,000 150,000 -5 100,000 -15 50,000 0 19 9 6 19 9 7 19 9 8 19 9 9 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 -25 E m plo ym e nt 3 2 9 ,8 4 3 4 7 ,9 4 3 14 ,7 6 8 3 2 5 ,15 6 3 5 1,2 7 1 3 6 3 ,7 7 3 6 2 ,3 4 3 7 4 ,6 4 3 8 4 ,9 3 3 9 4 ,6 7 C o nt ribut io n 2 9 .6 3 0 .7 2 8 .2 2 9 .3 3 0 .2 3 0 .5 3 1.6 3 1.3 31 3 1.1 Year Employment Contribution NPC Calculated Survey 1996 - 2005
  9. 9. ABOUT SMIDEC Established under Parliamentary Act, 539 on 2nd May 1996 Focal point for the overall development of SMEs in the country Provides capacity building programmes and assistance through fiscal and non-fiscal incentives VISION MISSION ORGANISATIONAL FUNCTIONS STRUCTURE
  10. 10. To be the Leading Organisation in Developing SMEs that Contribute to the Economic Growth and Enhanced Competitiveness of Malaysia
  11. 11. To Transform SMEs to be Vibrant, Competitive and Resilient and to be Fully Integrated into the Manufacturing and Services Sectors
  12. 12. ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE Corporate Communications Management MINISTER Information System OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND Management INDUSTRY Services Financial Assistance & Monitoring MEMBERS OF CORPORATION Enterprise & Entrepreneurship Development CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Strategic Planning
  13. 13. FUNCTIONS Promote, Coordinate and Implement Programmes for the Development of SMEs Forge Industrial Linkages Between SMEs and Large Companies /Multinational Corporations (MNCs) Implement, Coordinate and Monitor Financial Assistance Schemes Provide Technical and Advisory Support Services Collaborate with Other Local and International SME- related Agencies
  14. 14. FUNCTIONS SMIDEC NEWSLINK SME Related Convention Studies PROMOTE, COORDINATE AND IMPLEMENT PROGRAMMES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SMEs Enterprise 50 Promotional Award Programm Activities SMIDEC Annual Showcase
  15. 15. FUNCTIONS FORGE INDUSTRIAL LINKAGES BETWEEN SMEs AND MNCs INDUSTRIAL LINKAGE PROGRAMME GLOBAL SUPPLIER PROGRAMME
  16. 16. FUNCTIONS IMPLEMENT, COORDINATE AND MONITOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE SCHEMES PROVIDED TO SMEs Soft Grants Loans
  17. 17. FUNCTIONS Enhancement Programme PROVIDE SME Expert TECHNICAL Advisory AND ADVISORY Panel (SEAP) SUPPORT SERVICES SME Information & Advisory Centre Star Rating
  18. 18. FUNCTIONS Participation in international & regional cooperation programmes Attachment Programme COLLABORATE WITH OTHER LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL SME RELATED AGENCIES TO DEVELOP SMEs Skills Upgrading Placement of Programme foreign experts in selected SMEs
  19. 19. ISSUES AND CHALLENGES Impact of increased globalisation and liberalisation increasing competition changes in structure of industries require adjustments Constant upgrading of processes and product innovation to remain competitive
  20. 20. ISSUES AND CHALLENGES Competition from emerging economies Greater outsourcing strategies by MNCs Changing the mindset and inculcating the positive business values Nurturing high growth and innovative SMEs: organic growth inorganic growth (consolidation, mergers strategic alliance)
  21. 21. ASSISTANCE PROGRAMMES IN LINE WITH GROWTH OF ENTERPRISE GLOBALLY High COMPETITIVE 4. Maturity Stage Technology 3. Expansion Level 2. Growth 1. Start-up Stage Low Basic Requirements Time / Concerns 1. Start-up Stage 2. Growth 3. Expansion 4. Maturity * R&D incubator * Certification/ * Technological * Design capability Standard capability * Adequate workforce * Brand name promotion * Technical assistance * Management capability * Market knowledge * Industry upgrading * Automated Process * ICT capability * Adequate raw * Investment abroad material supply * Tax benefit * Brand development * Adequate * Market Development * Venture Capital infrastructure * Outsourcing * Distribution channels
  22. 22. DEVELOPMENT OF SMEs IN MALAYSIA LOW TECHNOLOGY UTILISATION LOW INVOLVEMENT IN R & D ACTIVITIES EMPLOYEES OF SMEs LACK SOFT AND TECHNICAL SKILLS LACK ENTREPRENEURSHIP CAPABILITIES
  23. 23. DEVELOPMENT OF SMEs IN MALAYSIA Business and Market Development Technology and ICT Adoption Skills Development Financial Assistance Special Assistance Scheme for Women Entrepreneurs Outreach and Advisory Services
  24. 24. BUSINESS AND MARKET DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRIAL LINKAGE PROGRAMME (ILP) Integrating SMEs into the supply chain of the MNCs and LSIs Facilitating access to market Promoting competitive and capable smes to become suppliers to MNCs/LSIs Providing opportunities to increase domestic value-added
  25. 25. BUSINESS AND MARKET DEVELOPMENT ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME FOR SMEs Support SMEs through comprehensive programmes to enhance their capabilities and capacity Assist SMEs to meet quality standards, regulations and technical specification Focus approach & group project
  26. 26. BUSINESS AND MARKET DEVELOPMENT Provides platform to exhibit products and services Create opportunities to be potential supplier/JV Activities : exhibition, convention and business matching As outsourcing exchange
  27. 27. BUSINESS AND MARKET DEVELOPMENT REGIONAL TRADE EXPOSITIONS 29-30 June 2006 Pulau Pinang Platform for SMEs to exhibit products and services 24-25 July 2006 Kuching, Sarawak Opportunities for companies to be potential supplier 4-5 September 2006 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah Activities : exhibition and business matching
  28. 28. BUSINESS AND MARKET DEVELOPMENT ENTERPRISE 50 AWARD PROGRAMME Prestigious Award 1996 - 2005 Recognise the Achievement of Top 50 TOTAL NOMINATION : 1029 Enterprising Home Grown Companies TOTAL ALUMNI : 370 LISTED ON MALAYSIAN BOURSE : 40 Provide Opportunities to Benchmark LISTED ON MESDAQ : 1 Against Their Peers
  29. 29. BUSINESS AND MARKET DEVELOPMENT SME EXPERT ADVISORY PANEL EMPLACEMENT OF INDUSTRIAL EXPERTS AT SMEs’ PREMISES TO SOLVE SPECIFIC PROBLEMS ASSIST SMEs TO UPGRADE THEIR TECHNOLOGICAL CAPABILITY, ACHIEVE EFFICIENCY AND INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY 29 INDUSTRY EXPERTS APPOINTED AREAS : ICT FINANCIAL ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
  30. 30. BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY AND MARKET DEVELOPMENT ICT ADOPTION SMEs ARE ENCOURAGED TO ADOPT ICT AND UTILISE REQUISITE TECHNOLOGY IN THEIR BUSINESS PROCESSES Grant for Product and Process Improvement Grant for Productivity and Quality Improvement and Certification Grant for Enhancing Product Packaging, Design and Labelling Capabilities of SMEs Grant for RosettaNet Standard Implementation Soft Loan for ICT Adoption
  31. 31. SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SKILLS GRANT FOR UPGRADING ENHANCING PROGRAMME MARKETING SKILLS OF SMEs
  32. 32. SKILLS UPGRADING 21 SKILLS DEVELOPMENT CENTRES APPOINTED
  33. 33. ENHANCING MARKETING SKILLS OF SMEs Assist SMEs to enhance their employees’ marketing skills through short-term courses Training in areas such as marketing strategies and planning, pricing, distribution, development of brand, merchandising and customer services
  34. 34. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS SOFT LOANS
  35. 35. 500,000 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 100,000 40,000 Matching Grant for Business Start-ups Matching Grant for Product & Process Improvement Matching Grant for Certification and Quality Management Systems Matching Grant for Market Development Matching Grant for Development and Promotion of Halal Product Matching Grant for Enhancing Product Packaging RosettaNet Standard Implementation
  36. 36. QUALIFYING CRITERIA Companies incorporated under the Companies Act 1965 OR enterprises incorporated under the Registration of Business Ordinance 1956 Fulfill definition of SMEs At least 60% equity held by Malaysian Possess valid premise license SECTOR COVERAGE Manufacturing Services (Except Financial Services)
  37. 37. MATCHING GRANT FOR BUSINESS START-UP Provides grant to assist SMEs in: Preparation of Business Planning Related Feasibility Studies Rental of incubators and business premises up to 24 months Rental of equipment and machineries Development of prototype Product sample and testing Eligible Expenses : Cost of consultation Cost of acquiring skills and technology through training and acquisition of relevant information
  38. 38. MATCHING GRANT FOR PRODUCT AND PROCESS IMPROVEMENT Provides grant to SMEs for improvement and upgrading of existing: Technology Feasibility Studies Development & designing of equipment and machinery Fees for technology transfer (e.g. (including jigs, moulds and dies as technical licensing/ disclosure / well as ICT-related activities) agreement/ acquisition and blueprint/ drawing) Purchase of machinery and equipment subject to maximum Development of prototypes and matching grant RM100,000 per system design application Product testing Initial patent registration/patent Product registration search/ IP Protection Marking and labelling (e.g. Bar- Specific Project Mission (e.g. Mould coding) & Die) Machine & equipment testing and Cleaner Production and Waste calibration Treatment Project including Energy Efficiency Audit
  39. 39. MATCHING GRANT FOR PRODUCTIVITY AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT AND CERTIFICATION Provides grant to assist SMEs in obtaining quality and product certification such as: ISO 13485, ISO 14000, ISO 22000 Occupational, safety and health manageme Product certification system (OSHA) Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point Restriction of Hazardous Substance (RoHS (HACCP) Good Agriculture Practice (GAP) Halal certification & MS1500:2004 Good Hygiene Practice (GHP) TS 16949 Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) Quality Improvement Practice e.g. 5S, Six- British Retailers’ Consortium (BRC) Sigma and Productivity Audit Other related costs to comply to Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) requirements of standards and certification Eligible Expenses : Cost of technical expertise Cost of acquiring technology and skills Cost for testing and calibration Cost of designing and prototyping Survey cost for related schemes including registration Cost of material used in designing prototypes
  40. 40. MATCHING GRANT FOR MARKET DEVELOPMENT Provides grant to assist SMEs in undertaking activities for the development of export markets. The activities include: Participation in Trade and Investment missions, Specialized Marketing missions and In-store Promotion Export market study up to a maximum matching grant of RM30,000 Industry related conferences Participation in local and international trade fairs Participation in meetings related to negotiations on Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRA), Free Trade Agreement (FTA), ASEAN, World Trade Organization (WTO) and other market access negotiations by representatives of Trade and Industry and Professional Services Associations Preparation of Promotional items up to a maximum matching grant of RM15,000 Setting up of sales promotion office overseas up to a maximum matching grant of RM50,000 For women-owned enterprises: Participation in Malaysia Export Exhibition Centre (MEEC) Participation in local export training seminars and workshops.
  41. 41. MATCHING GRANT FOR DEVELOPMENT AND PROMOTION OF HALAL PRODUCT “Oh mankind! Eat of that which is halal and tayyib on the earth, and follow not the footsteps of Shaytaan.” Verse 168 of Surah Al-Baqarah Provides assistance to local companies in: Product development & Product Formulation. Sample testing. Acquisition of machinery and equipment related to the approved project subject to maximum matching grant RM100,000. Renovation expenditure for compliance to certification requirement subject to maximum of RM100,000.Promotional activities. Other related costs for compliance to requirements of Halal certification.
  42. 42. MATCHING GRANT FOR ENHANCING PRODUCT PACKAGING, DESIGN AND LABELLING CAPABILITIES OF SMEs Designing and improving product packaging and labeling through appropriate packaging technology Eligible Expenses Related costs and services for designing, packaging, marking and labelling Trade mark and patent registration Purchase of machinery and equipment subject to maximum matching grant of RM100,000
  43. 43. GRANT FOR ROSETTANET STANDARD IMPLEMENTATION RosettaNet Direct Model RosettaNet ASP Model Provides partial grant to Assistance to local assist local companies to companies to implement implement the RosettaNet the complete RosettaNet Standard through Standard subscription to hosted services offered by Enable companies to Application Service implement and host their Providers (ASPs). own RosettaNet Gateway Form of assistance: infrastructure - For SMEs - 70% grant on approved project cost 50% grant on approved - For large companies - project cost 50% grant on approved project cost Maximum grant per company is RM100,000 Maximum grant per company is RM30,000
  44. 44. HOW TO APPLY? By mail: 701D, Level 7, Tower D, Uptown 5 No. 5, Jalan SS 21/39, Damansara Utama 47400 Petaling Jaya Selangor Darul Ehsan By fax: 603-7660 1919 On-line application: www.smidec.gov.my
  45. 45. SOFT LOANS SOFT LOAN FOR SMEs (SLSMEs) Both existing as well as start-up companies are eligible for : Project Financing Fixed Asset Financing Working Capital Financing SOFT LOAN FOR FACTORY RELOCATION Assistance to SMEs to relocate their factories to designated industrial sites The loan is provided to fund : Purchase of ready-made factories Purchase of factory lot and construction of factories including related infrastructure Costs to purchase related machinery and equipment due to relocation Costs incurred for initial store renovation and upgrade of store display for retail trade
  46. 46. SOFT LOAN FOR ICT ADOPTION Upgrading Engineering Design Capabilities Purchase of design software or subscription fee/license fee for on - line engineering design services Purchase of computer hardware and related equipment Training cost Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Software Purchase of ERP software or subscription to on-line ERP system, or other similar software Implementation cost including system study, customisation and training Purchase of server & related networking equipment
  47. 47. SOFT LOANS Maximum Loan Interest Payment Rate Period SOFT LOAN FOR SMEs (SLSMEs) Project Financing RM5 milllion Fixed Asset Financing RM2.5 milllion 4% 15 years Working Capital Financing RM1 milllion SOFT LOAN FOR RM1 milllion 4% 12 years FACTORY RELOCATION SOFT LOAN FOR ICT ADOPTION RM250,000 3% 5 years IMPLEMENTED BY :
  48. 48. OUTREACH PROGRAMMES AND ADVISORY SERVICES Outreach Programme 2005 Seminars and Workshops 85 Seminars / Provide information on Workshops organised related topics to SMEs such as financial assistance and Participated as speaker management, marketing in 77 Seminar / and P & Q Workshops Total participants : 33,057
  49. 49. OUTREACH PROGRAMMES AND ADVISORY SERVICES Advisory Services Provides advisory services and consultation to SMEs through : Toll Free Line : Business Advisory Virtual SME 1-800-18-1801 Services Information Centre
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