Now moving on to the reasons for changes in extraordinary gains/losses.
Extraordinary gains of approximately 5.0 billion yen were generated by profits gained from the sale of land owned by an affiliate company in the 1st half period. Extraordinary losses of 5.6 billion yen occurred as a result of the termination of the strategic alliance with GM and the subsequent freeze on joint development projects with Saab in the first half period of last fiscal year, but 1.5 billion yen returned by the re-application of existing equipment and technology in future development vehicles.
For 9 months, extraordinary gains on the return of substitutional portions of the employee pension fund for our subsidiary companies (Tokyo Subaru, Chiba Subaru) generated approximately 2.4 billion yen.
Extraordinary losses of 0.9 billion yen were also recorded due to the strategic liquidation of Fuji AT Ltd, which was a joint venture with JATCO Ltd.
Other than the above, extraordinary losses generated in the previous year have been avoided this year resulting in a significant reduction in total.