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Cumulative Translation Adjustment
Cumulative Translation Adjustment represents translation gains (losses) on financial statements of foreign subsidiaries. Such adjustments may be required when the currency of a subsidiary is different from the reporting currency of the reporting company. Such gains (losses) are included as a part of comprehensive income according to SFAS 130, and are directly transferred to the shareholders’ equity.

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