Santiago Iñiguez de Onzoño. President. IE University

1 June 2017

There is still no magic formula to gauge the exact cause and effect relationship between investment in training and its impact on bottom line results. But we can get quite close. 

Celia de Anca. Director. IE Center for Diversity

8 March 2017

The problem with equality is that it’s like a map with both internal and external barriers. What we have to do is to map different routes that advance toward the same goal.

Ignacio de la Torre. Professor. IE Business School

30 November 2016

Donald Trump’s recent victory in the U.S. presidential elections has left nobody indifferent. But what can America expect from the new tenant in the White House?

Margarita Mayo. Professor. IE Business School

15 September 2016

The latest reason for the current institutional chaos in Spain is that authenticity is nowhere to be seen on Spain’s political stage, or in the country’s three main political leaders - Rajoy, Sánchez and Rivera.

Rafael Puyol. Executive Vice President. IE Foundation

25 May 2016

La última obra de Petros Márkaris es una referencia básica de una de las mayores tragedias que ha tocado vivir a nuestra generación: la crisis de los refugiados.

Ignacio de la Torre. Professor. IE Business School

31 December 2015

Mandatory uniformity in the name of diversity is now a reality. Tolerance is being used as a tool to fuel absolute intolerance.

Ignacio de la Torre. Professor. IE Business School

30 November 2015

The behavior of house prices depends on the type of house, its location, and size… but right now property prices in Spain and elsewhere are generally on the rise, and are likely to continue to climb over the next few years.

Rafael Puyol. Executive Vice President. IE Foundation

30 November 2015

The worst thing about the Volkswagen scandal is that it has resulted in a growing mistrust throughout society of institutions that used to inspire confidence.

Ignacio de la Torre. Professor. IE Business School

30 October 2015

“Valió la pena (It was worth it)” is the title of the recently published book featuring the memoirs of Jorge Dezcallar. It was certainly worth writing, given that it enables us read the recent history of Spain from a perspective based on the truth.

Ignacio de la Torre. Professor. IE Business School

30 September 2015

The seismic changes taking place in China will have devastating knock on effects in many emerging economies, while western countries will remain largely unaffected.  

Diego Alcázar Benjumea. Vice President. IE Business School

30 July 2015

The Millennials are creating a major power hub for themselves. The achievements of these young digital natives, entrepreneurs and innovators are already shaping political and corporate landscapes.

Verónica Urbiola for IE Focus

25 June 2015

Considered one of Spain’s finest conductors, as well as having garnered an impressive reputation internationally, Guillermo García Calvo believes that music is an “elixir imbued with magical powers”, that most of us have yet to fully discover. A passionate advocate of the role of music in education, he also draws parallels between conducting an orchestra and managing a business, highlighting the importance of working in as many countries as possible to create an international profile. At the same time, he recognizes that a conductor without an orchestra “is nothing” and should always remember the debt of gratitude to the musicians who play “to move the listener and transport them to another dimension.”

Cristina Simón, Dean of IE Business School’s Department of Psychology

21 May 2015

Empathy, communication, self knowledge, influence… All these skills are extremely difficult to acquire and play a key role in being a good manager. Can we really call them soft?

Santiago Íñiguez. Dean. IE Business School

19 May 2015

The importance of diversity is a discussion that needs to be approached from an ethical, moral and social perspective, rather than being based on the search for irrefutable evidence of its impact on bottom-line results.

Yolanda Regodón. Associate Director of Communication. IE Business School

13 May 2015

The commitment made by Novartis to the production of Spanish wine goes by the name of a medieval abbey, and comes with the aroma of land irrigated by the river Duero, coupled with the most advanced technology in European wine production.

Ignacio de la Torre. Professor. IE Business School

24 April 2015

Saladino was a Kurd. Born in Tikrit and brought up under the reign of the Emir of Mosul, he managed to unite Syria and Iraq and reverse the course of the crusades. Over eight centuries later, history appears to be repeating itself.

Victoria Gimeno. Director of Institutional Relations. IE Business School

20 April 2015

Being nice is a personality trait that comes naturally to people, while empathy is a skill that can be learnt, and which permits us to put ourselves in other people’s positions.

Yolanda Regodón. Associate Director Communication. IE Business School

16 April 2015

Some romances grow into solid relationships, and the luxury watch industry and technology is one of them.

Santiago Iñiguez. Dean. IE Business School

20 March 2015

Reading opens a door to the world: it connects us with other cultures. Helps us to identify ourselves with people from other eras and to improve our capacity for critical thought

David Millán Planelles, Adjunct Professor, IE Business School and Frédéric Godart, Professor, INSEAD

17 March 2015

Fashion and luxury. So near and so far. The first group bases their creativity on knowing what the consumer wants, the second group bases their creativity on proposing something that consumers do not yet know they want

Enrique Dans. Professor. IE Business School

16 March 2015

Feedly managed to leverage a gap left by Google Reader and now it has the potential to become a benchmark social reading tool

Yolanda Regodón. Associate Director Communication. IE Business School

16 February 2015

The luxury sector, like any other industry, is having to redefine itself in accordance with the behavior of new consumers, and that means making a clear commitment to online sales and experiences

Santiago Íñiguez. Dean of IE Business School

9 February 2015

Research findings in the field of cognitive psychology have served to prove that contemplating a natural landscape is an effective way of helping enhance a person’s mood, increase concentration, and reduce stress

Victoria Gimeno. Director Institutional Relations. IE University

22 January 2015

Showing gratitude is so much more than saying thank you. It’s a positive emotion that helps to lessen the impact of problems, forge bonds, strengthen feelings of commitment, and increase levels of motivation.

Yolanda Regodón. Associate Director Communication. IE Business School

11 January 2015

Caceres, Spain’s Capital of Gastronomy 2015, offers a perfect mix of culture, history and gastronomy which will serve to further strengthen its position as an international tourist destination.

Yolanda Regodón. Associate Director Communication. IE Business School

11 December 2014

The world of luxury and top designers move in constant search of both tangible and intangible experiences that are linked to time, craftsmanship and art.

Yolanda Regodón. Associate Director of Communications. IE Business School

27 November 2014

From Hippocrates to Kennedy, not forgetting Churchill and Edison, many of the most brilliant minds in history recognized that eating well is an essential building block for successful outcomes. 

Yolanda Regodón. Associate Director of Communications. IE Business School

28 April 2014

The Pritzker Prize awarded to Shigeru Ban recognizes the fact that our society needs regeneration, given that his work is a source of hope that sustainable recovery is possible.

Ignacio de la Torre. Professor. IE Business School

31 March 2014

Aggressive policies are not the way to combat inequality. We have to raise the purchasing power of the most disadvantaged, not bring down that of the rest of population.

Margarita Velásquez. General Director. IE Foundation

11 October 2013

Foundations account for 1% of Spain’s GDP, employ 200,000 workers, and benefit 23 million people. What’s more, they can also serve to fuel economic change.

Yolanda Regodón. Associate Director of Communications. IE Business School

23 September 2013

Some months ago I was at the Villahermosa Palace where I had a date with art and with two Americans, namely Edward Hopper (1882 -1967) and Martha Thorne. We had arranged to meet early in the morning in a building that is a prime example of palace architecture in Madrid.

Antonio Montes. Director of International Development. IE Business School

1 September 2013

Mexico looks like it is set to be the new Brazil, and Peña Nieto has taken over the helm with the clear objective of making it happen. Nevertheless, we have to ask ourselves if he really will manage to do it this time.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

30 April 2013

As high unemployment continues to plague younger generations, it would appear that there is no easy solution. Young people need to offset the damage by going back to the classroom in order to be well prepared for when recovery comes.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

14 March 2013

The unseemly remarks of Japanese minister of finance Taro Aso who said that the elderly should hurry up and die, were not only outrageous - they also trivialized one of society’s greatest achievements.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

27 February 2013

The “professionalization” of politicians is inevitable, but it could mean that politicians end up in a rut. In order to prevent this from happening, politicians should be appraised and tested every four years, and if they don’t make the grade they should be given their marching orders.

Ignacio de la Torre. Professor. IE Business School

27 February 2013

The dire actions and insatiable greed of some of our leaders will mean that they will go down in history as people with no sense of honor whatsoever.

Santiago Iñiguez de Onzoño. Dean. IE Business School

24 January 2013

The way to exit the crisis and achieve sustainable growth depends on the ability to develop talent, and that includes managing to attract the most gifted people from around the planet.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

30 October 2012

The crisis is taking Spain back to the times when it was a country of emigration. The result is that we are losing talent that has cost us a great deal to educate. 

Rolf Strom Olsen

18 September 2012

Paul Fussell was an exceptional teacher, supremely competent, passionate, and demanding. His students will always remember him for the knowledge and wisdom he conveyed in his classes.

IE Focus

25 July 2012

Diplomat Jorge Urbiola is currently serving in the Spanish Embassy in the Ukraine. Here he shares his vision of the role diplomats play in international relations and foreign policy decisionmaking processes. Urbiola holds a PhD in International Public Law and has held key positions in Spain’s diplomatic service, including that of Personal Aide to the Spanish Prime Minister of the time, José María Aznar, Counselor in the Spanish Embassy in Serbia, Deputy Head of Mission in Mozambique, Deputy Head of Mission in the Ukraine, and Deputy Director of the International Law Department at Spain’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

13 April 2012

Perhaps the only positive consequence of the crisis is a rise in the number of young people going into higher education. The challenge facing educators is how to convince them that it is worth the effort.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

8 March 2012

Late motherhood has become the norm in Spanish society, resulting in a fall in the number of children in Spanish families, which could lead to a shrinking population.

Ignacio de la Torre. Professor. IE Business School

8 February 2012

Another new year, same old problems. A grand total of 12 major hypocrisies have managed to survive intact to see in 2012. Let’s see if we can whittle down the list to zero before this year is out.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

10 January 2012

Referees should have their own monument. Despite past practices, they have now shown that they cannot be bought or sold, and yet they are still an object of vilification.

Arantza de Areilza. Professor. IE School of Arts & Humanities

12 December 2011

Now that ETA has announced a ceasefire, we have to remember that greater sensitivity and action from the international community would have made it a thing of the past far sooner, or lehenendo denbora, as the Basques say.

José M. de Areilza. Professor. IE Law School

15 November 2011

When Rick Perry burst onto the electoral scene he brought a new lease of life to the republican primary election. Could it be that the US is going to have another Texan president?

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

14 October 2011

A large number of Real Madrid fans are getting tired of José Mourinho’s antics, which are in direct contrast to the noble tradition of Real Madrid.

José M. de Areilza. Professor. IE Law School

14 October 2011

The Franco-German axis is no longer a feasible way to save Europe. The old continent needs more, namely an institution that can take the reins of all EU countries and lead them out of the crisis.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

13 September 2011

Raising the age of retirement is as controversial as it is necessary. Not only for economic reasons, but also because it means that professionals with more experience can remain active.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

7 July 2011

Society today may show great solidarity with women, young people, immigrants and different minorities, but it is freezing older people out of the market, leaving them victims of discrimination.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

14 June 2011

Due to the growth in life expectancy it is usual to find four generations of the same family. However, the fact that women are now putting off having children until they are older means that this will soon be a thing of the past.

Juan Luis Martínez. Rector. IE University

12 April 2011

New technologies and blurred borders have brought about a metamorphosis of the university sector into a more open, flexible and actionable model.

Santiago Iñiguez. Dean. IE Business School

12 April 2011

There is a plethora of opportunities in Russia for Spanish companies in sectors that include renewable energies, infrastructures, finance, telecommunications, tourism, and even real estate.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

10 February 2011

There are many underlying factors driving ever faster scientific advances, but one of the major reasons is the fact that our geniuses are living longer and are therefore able to exploit their talent for more years.

José María Fidalgo. Professor. IE Business School

10 January 2011

Unemployment has driven many Spanish families to despair. What they need to inspire them to fight for a better future is a national plan based on strengthening SMEs and added value in business.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

13 December 2010

There’s no such thing as hard-set roles in the labor market, because just as someone who is unemployed has to get active to retrain, a worker has to stop being so active to do exactly the same thing.

Riordan Roett. Professor. IE Business School

13 December 2010

Venezuela and Brazil are two sides of the same coin, namely left-wing politics in Latin America. Venezuela frightens off investments and breeds poverty, while Brazil is busy building a world power.

Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo. Professor. IE

4 November 2010

The mark left by Charles de Gaulle on French institutions of the Fifth Republic and on the role of president is losing its significance with Nicolás Sarkozy. Such a change is not without risk.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

4 November 2010

The economic crisis means fewer people are getting married but the number of divorces is even lower, highlighting the cost of both.

Antonio López de Ávila. Director Executive Master in Tourism Management. IE Business School.

5 October 2010

The German government’s decision to levy a new local flight tax when the rest of Europe is an open sky zone is not one of its better ideas, and they will probably pay for it.

John A. Clendenin. Professor. IE Business School

5 October 2010

The triumph of Spain in the World Cup can give us some excellent lessons in management, with its focus on talent, team work and a commitment to society.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

7 September 2010

Expectations raised by Spain’s Dependency Law have been dashed, and once again it is women who are shouldering the burden of the long-term care of family members.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

6 July 2010

The ongoing debate about getting all immigrants, legal or not, to sign the census is only the tip of the iceberg. It is the scope of our social policy that is at stake here.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

8 June 2010

Despite shocking unemployment figures, particularly among the young, Spain’s low birth rate means that the under 25s have a much brighter future in terms of work.

Rafael Puyol. Professor. IE Business School

29 April 2010

The latest proposal for a new Spanish education model includes some good ideas. The only remaining problem lies in the details, but then that is the most difficult part of sealing any agreement.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

7 April 2010

The Spanish political scenario seems to be currently preoccupied with who is wearing what or who goes hunting with who, while the country’s real problems – unemployment, levels of consumption, mortgages are pushed aside. Just what kind of country do we live in?”

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

4 March 2010

Education should play a key role in the new production model that Spain’s economy needs. But the only way to make that happen is through state action.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

2 February 2010

Rates of violence among minors have increased steeply in recent years due to a lack of discipline in the home, resulting in indiscipline in the classroom. The solution, therefore, lies with the family.

Enrique Dans. Professor. IE Business School

2 February 2010

Many people use their mobile phone for much more than speaking, with the result that mobiles are now designed to fit well in your hands rather than against your ear. They’re no longer phones. They’re computers.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

7 January 2010

Children are now such a massive investment that it is extremely difficult to consider having several. Just buying a baby buggy is enough to break any budget.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

4 December 2009

Once again the need for a new education model is a burning issue, and once again the role that vocational training should play is at the center of the debate.

José María de Areilza. Dean. IE Law School

4 December 2009

Huge healthcare costs in the US, coupled with 45 million citizens without health insurance and the individualism that is so characteristic of the US, are three pieces of a puzzle that Obama is going to have a very hard time piecing together.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

5 November 2009

Professors have always received gifts, born of interest or gratitude, and they always will. That’s why, to avoid giving any kind of offense, I recommend that all presents should be some kind of cultural gesture, like a book, for example.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

5 October 2009

As the song goes, summer’s gone… bringing gloom to the labor market in the form of rising unemployment, rounded off by swine flu.

Rafael Puyol. Vicepresident. IE Foundation

7 September 2009

Soaring unemployment figures in Spain are hitting jobs across the board, but certain factors make it more likely to affect specific people and sectors.

Ignacio de la Vega. Professor. IE Business School

2 July 2009

José Luis Rodriguez Zapatero keeps using the social slant of his government to defend his position in any parliamentary or television debate. But it could very well boomerang on him.

Rafael Puyol. Professor. IE Business School

2 July 2009

The summer is here, bringing with it a series of new hires that could send the budgets of several football clubs into meltdown – strange behavior indeed in the current economic climate.

Santiago Iñiguez de Onzoño. Rector. IE University

2 June 2009

Doing things better doesn’t mean they have to be more complicated. It just means doing things the right way, on time and on budget. This is something many architects tend to forget, and something that Sir Norman Foster defends by way of example.

Rafael Puyol. Professor. IE Business School

2 June 2009

The increase in immigration carving a new ethnic map of Spain comprised of the many different attributes of the foreigners who apply for Spanish nationality.

Gayle Allard. Professor. IE Business School

2 April 2009

When the leaders of 19 of the world´s largest economies and the European Union meet in London April 2 faced with the worst economic data the world has seen since the 1930s, they will be deeply divided over how to face the crisis.

Rafael Puyol. Professor. IE Business School

9 March 2009

The excesses of Christmas have been replaced by the stark reality of January, which has spilled over into February. Now it seems that even TV advertisements are part of a conspiracy to make this a long, cruel winter.

Ignacio de la Vega. Professor. IE Business School

11 February 2009

One rescue plan after another, millions and millions pledged, screaming headlines... but the real solution to the economic crisis lies in granting immediate and effective aid to SMEs.

Rafael Puyol. Professor. IE Business School

11 February 2009

Some student sectors are against the Bologna process, claiming it is mercantilist. This is a big mistake, because the future depends on building closer relations among universities and businesses.

Rafael Puyol. Professor. IE Business School

9 January 2009

Pride in a language is not compromised by using English or Spanish, the world’s two most important languages. Holland shows Galicia, Catalonia and the Basque Country how it’s done.

José María de Areilza. Dean. IE Law School

10 December 2008

Obama’s success opens a window of opportunities for Europe, but it also brings challenges as we find out how capable the old continent is of performing alongside its US partner.

<a href="">Gayle Allard. Professor. IE Business School</a>

29 May 2008

Cyclone Nargis has once again placed the spotlight on the brutal repression taking place in Burma. Will the world forget as quickly this time as it did after the “Saffron revolution”?

Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo. Director. Master in International Relations. IE School of Arts and Humanities

6 May 2008

International relations are the Achilles’ heel of many a president when they first come to power, and their first reaction is to place it in the hands of a professional. But everything changes when it comes to re-election.

Dr Javier I. García González. Professor. IE University

6 February 2008

The recently signed Lisbon Treaty has brought new lifeblood to the EU after the failed Constitution, and now looks set to play a greater role in international politics.

<a href="">Santiago Iñiguez de Onzoño. Dean. IE Business School</a>

10 January 2008

Firms are facing a raft of changes brought about by the tension between globalisation and diversity, which could generate new sources of business.

<a href="">Gayle Allard</a>. Professor. IE Business School

3 December 2007

The Burmese people’s protest against the country’s oppressive military regime ended in a bloodbath. How far are other governments willing to let the situation slide?

<a href="">José María de Areilza</a>. Professor. IE Business School

29 May 2007

Turkey faces one of its worst political crises in recent history, as the political tension grows between secular and Islamic parties, including the threat of military intervention. Europe can use the EU trump card to help strengthen Turkish democracy.

Miguel Hernández. Director. Advanced Programme in Real Estate Business Management. IE Business School

4 May 2007

Despite efforts to reform it, the first Spanish Land Act of 1956 has grown obsolete. Now Spain’s political parties should agree on new legislation that addresses the problems of today’s real estate market.

Julio Gómez Pomar. Director. <a href="">PWC/IE Business School Centre for the Public Sector</a>

21 March 2007

In Spain, the public usually expects the government to react swiftly in times of crisis, but that doesn’t always happen. A new agency should help remedy that shortcoming.

José María de Areilza. Professor. IE Business School

27 February 2007

The issue of Scottish independence is once again on the agenda in The United Kingdom. But this time it’s the English, and not the Scottish, who are advocating the change.

Santiago Iñiguez de Onzoño. Dean. IE Business School

27 October 2006

The Bologna Agreement will introduce far-reaching changes to the European system of higher education, resulting in greater cross-border mobility, tougher credentials and more competitive universities. Spain is well positioned to benefit.

Dr. José María de Areilza. Professor. IE Business School

2 October 2006

The outbreak of the Balkan wars underscored the need for greater autonomy in European defence. But achieving that autonomy is easier said than done.

Juan Luis Martínez. Professor. Instituto de Empresa

22 February 2006

The author of this article examines the latest political events in Latin America and says Spanish companies should look to more stable markets for future growth. Strengthening Spain’s presence in Europe, he says, may be the best option.

Juan Santaló. Professor. Instituto de Empresa

9 January 2006

This year, two scientists were awarded the Noble Prize for their work on Game Theory. While one laureate applied the theory to formal mathematical construction as a way to understand objective probability, the other used the theory to analyze international relations and human interactions. Obviously, Game Theory shows enormous potential for anticipating the outcome of a wide range of situations.

Santiago Iñiguez. Dean. Instituto de Empresa

27 October 2005

The UN General Assembly in September highlighted the flaws in the leadership qualities of two of the world’s most important men: US President George W. Bush and UN General Secretary Kofi Annan. Now the UN has the opportunity to redefine the profile of the world’s future leaders.

Stefanie Müller. Correspondent. Handelsblatt

21 February 2005

In times of crisis the French need the Germans more than ever.

Rafael Puyol. Executive Vice President. Fundación Instituto de Empresa

1 January 2005

A changing population has made Spain concerned with demographic matters.

Kevin Savio Marc Coutinho and José Luis Silvestre. Centre for Diversity. Instituto de Empresa

1 January 2005

Firms today face management challenges, such as adapting to social changes, which will provide new competitive advantages. First of a series.

Instituto de Empresa

26 November 2004

The Centre for Diversity, together with the Instituto de Empresa Foundation and the Ramón Areces Foundation, organised the Voices of the World: Four regions, four women entrepreneurs conference cycle, which ran from Wednesday, October 20 to Monday, November 15.

IE Focus

27 May 2004

Is work-related stress really a disease? With psychological troubles rising in the workplace, the battle has begun to recognize stress as a professional’s illness.

Stefanie Müller, Wirtschaftswoche Correspondent in Madrid

26 April 2004

After the terror of the Nazis, it became a taboo issue, but now Germany needs it more than ever: an elite.

Rafael Pampillón. Professor. Instituto de Empresa

25 March 2004

Prof. Pampillon explains that the challenges facing the Spain's socialist government include the tasks of improving productivity processes, streamlining economic structures, removing barriers to the creation of new businesses, making more development land available, stimulating technological advancement and maintaining the budget surplus.

Angel Cabrera. Dean. Instituto de Empresa

19 February 2004

Back in Madrid from the World Economic Summit, even before his nose had time to thaw out, the Dean’s students began asking him about the talking points in Davos this year.

Enrique Dans. Professor. Instituto de Empresa

29 December 2003

A look at the current digital divide.

By José Luis Alvarez. Vice-Dean at Instituto de Empresa

16 July 2003

Many of today’s accepted management strategies are totally alien to Mankind’s origins.

Joshua Jampol. Journalist. The Time

24 June 2003

Victims of mergers, rationalizing and downsizing, unite! You CAN get hired after 50.

Edward Schumacher, Editor of Wall Street Journal

27 February 2003

Hispanics now make up roughly 13% of the U.S. population and have surpassed African-Americans as the largest minority. One in five teenagers in the U.S. is Hispanic, reflecting how Hispanics are a young population. By 2050, Hispanics are projected to make up a quarter of the U.S. population. In one sense, we are witnessing the Reconquista, explains Edward Schumacher, Editor of Wall Street Journal.

José Luis Álvarez

17 February 2003

Handling the new relevance of legitimacy and its demands is not easy for executives. The author offers tips on dealing with constant public exposure, scrutiny and assessment in a world where information often lacks.

Edward Schumacher. Editor of Wall Street Journal

29 January 2003

Monopolies are the threat to journalism. International media or alliances, to the extent they are not a monopoly, are not a threat. If anything, they add to the diversity of voices and often to quality.


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