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The value of total assets, especially for the original cost and net book value of property, plant, and equipment (“PPE”) decreased substantially from 2004 to 2005, due primarily to ***. The return on investment decreased from 2003 to 2004, then increased somewhat from 2004 to 2005 to become slightly positive (a small operating income margin). The trend of ROI over the period was the same as the trend of the operating income margin shown in table VI-1.

A. Productive facilities1

6,388,297

6,652,575

5,930,724

B. Productive facilities

3,818,697

3,727,535

3,362,816

C. Other non-current

716,772

623,880

702,448

Total non-current

4,535,469

4,351,415

4,065,264

47,889

25,660

32,407

356,796

437,347

505,348

828,271

729,735

829,638

47,968

79,093

84,761

1,280,924

1,271,835

1,452,154

Source: Compiled from data submitted in response to Commission questionnaires.

Total assets

5,816,393

Operating income

19,253

Table VI-7 Coated free sheet paper: Value of assets and return on investment of U.S. producers, fiscal years 2003-05

2005

Item

2003

2004

Value of assets

Value ($1,000)

5,623,250 Value ($1,000)

5,517,418

(127,208)

2,841

Ratio of operating income to total assets (percent)

0.1

Return on investment

0.3

(2.3)

  • 1.

    Current assets:

    • A.

      Cash and equivalents

    • B.

      Trade receivables (net)

    • C.

      Inventories

    • D.

      All other current Total current

  • 2.

    Non-current assets:

Fiscal year

1 2

Original cost of property, plant, and equipment (PPE).

Net book value of PPE (original cost less accumulated depreciation).

CAPITAL AND INVESTMENT

The Commission requested U.S. producers to describe any actual negative effects on their return on investment, or their growth, investment, ability to raise capital, existing development and production efforts, or the scale of capital investments as a result of imports of CFS paper from China, Indonesia, and Korea. The producers’ comments are presented in appendix I.

VI-7

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