Alumni Thesis

As a highly specialized trade policy and trade law training institution, Trapca aims at being a converging center where trade personnel from LDCs and low-income countries meet and share experiences on how to engage in the context of the multilateral, regional and bilateral trading systems.

  1. 2012:1 Makong Tsotesi (Lesotho) Analysis of the impact of extending intellectual property protection to computer software under TRIPS article 27(1): Case study of the Kingdom of Lesotho.
  2. 2012:2 Petronella Chishawa  (Zimbabwe) Institutions and their challenges – An analysis of Zimbabwe’s agricultural institutions’ capacity and their effects on agricultural output.
  3. 2012:3 Mpho Tlhabeli (Lesotho) Impact of AGOA on poverty reduction: Case of Lesotho.
  4. 2012:4 Better Sibanda (Zambia) Trade Liberalisation and Economic Growth in Zimbabwe: 1980-2009.
  5. 2012:5 Amanda Busa-Osowo  Bisong (Nigeria) Diversifying Nigeria’s Exports: From Oil To Services – A Comparative Analysis of Nigeria and Mexico.
  6. 2012:6 Milcah Kawira Kithinji (Kenya) Trade of Kenya’s Higher Education Service Sector: Institutional and Regulatory Impediments.
  7. 2012:7 Matimba Hasalama-Changala (Zambia) Competitiveness and Performance of Zambian Exports Within SADC.
  8. 2012:8 Georgiadis Khaseke (Kenya) Investor-State Arbitration in the Context of EU-EAC EPA.
  9. 2012:9 Grace Nicholas (Zimbabwe) Nature and Implications of Trade Information Flows Between Government And Traders In Zimbabwe.
  10. 2012:10 Paul Ehidiamhen (Nigeria) An Analysis of the Impact of Exchange Rate On Nigeria’s External Trade.
  11. 2012:11 Yasmin Wohabrebbi (Ethiopia) The Impact of Joining the COMESA FTA on the Ethiopian Economy: The Case of the Manufacturing Industry.
  12. 2012:12 Sifikile Moyo (Zimbabwe) An Evaluation Of The Southern African Development Community (SADC) Economic Agenda And Intra –Trade Among Member States.
  13. 2012:13 Fernando Xadreque (Mozambique) Turning the Informal Cross-Border Trade of Horticultural Products into a Sustainable Economic Activity in Mozambique: The Case of Horticultural Imports at Malanga Market.
  14. 2012:14 Gilbert Geoffrey Kachamba (Malawi) China-Malawi trade relation.
  15. 2012:15 Sewareg Adamu (Ethiopia) Estimating the Ad Valorem Equivalents of Restrictions in the Service Sector: The Case of Telecommunications Sector in Ethiopia.
  1. 2013:1 Timothy Bryan Masiko (Uganda) The Political Economy of Trade Policy – A Look at the Growth of the Hotel Services Industry in Uganda.
  2. 2013:2 Grace Limunga Sama (Cameroon) Determinants of Eco-tourism Trade in Cameroon.
  3. 2013:3 ASSOUA EYONG JOE (Cameroon) TIMBER EXPLOITATION IN A GREEN ECONOMY: EVALUATING THE DETERMINANTS OF TIMBER EXPORTS FROM CAMEROON UNDER NEW POLICY SHIFTS.
  4. 2013:4 Petronella Mwewa Nachela (Zambia) An Assessment of the Trade Impact of FDI in Zambia.
  5. 2013:5 Célestin Zoungrana (Burkina Faso) LE PROGRAMME APE POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT : ENJEUX ET PERSPECTIVES POUR L’ÉCONOMIE DU BURKINA FASO.
  6. 2013:6 Amani Lyewe (Tanzania) SISAL AND POLYPROPYLENE CORDAGE EXPORTS COMPETITIVENESS IN TANZANIA’S MAJOR CORDAGE MARKETS: THE CASE OF TANZANIA’S SISAL CORDAGE EXPORTS.
  7. 2013:7 Arnaud Djemmo Fotso (Cameroon) Les effets de la zone de libre échange de la CEEAC sur les échanges intra-communautaires.
  8. 2013:8 NAMUKOLO LIYWALII (Zambia) THE CHIRUNDU ONE STOP BORDER POST, TRADE FLOWS AND REVENUE PERFORMANCE.
  9. 2013:9 Manfred Kouty (Cameroon) Les mesures de facilitation des échanges en Afrique : quels sont les effets sur les coûts commerciaux ?
  10. 2013:10 Brenda Nyambura (Kenya) Impact of  CDM on Kenya’s Transition to a Green Economy in the Context of Sustainable Development.
  11. 2013:11 Camille Dètondji GUIDIME (Benin) ANALYSE DES DETERMINANTS DE L’INTENSITE DES ECHANGES COMMERCIAUX ENTRE LA CHINE ET LES PAYS DE L’UNION ECONOMIQUE ET MONETAIRE OUEST AFRICAINE (UEMOA).
  12. 2013:12 Augustino William Mbulumi (Tanzania) THE ROLE OF TANZANIA EXPORT PROCESSING ZONES ON EXPORT PERFORMANCE.
  13. 2013:13 Justin Sahi HOUNGNIBO (Benin) Implications de la Cinquième Bande du Tarif Extérieur Commun de la CEDEAO.
  14. 2013:14 Osborn Paissi Mulamuzi (Tanzania) THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TRIPS AGREEMENT’S ENFORCEMENT PROVISIONS IN RESPECT OF COPYRIGHT; A CASE STUDY OF TANZANIA.
  15. 2013:15 François DRABO (Burkina Faso) CONTRIBUTION DE L’AGENCE POUR LA PROMOTION DES EXPORTATIONS (APEX-BURKINA) AUX PERFORMANCES A L’EXPORTATION DU BURKINA FASO.
  16. 2013:16 ALLAGOUMA Ange Murekatete (Niger) Impact of Bilateral Trade Agreement between Niger and Nigeria on Niger economy.
  17. 2013:17 Yao Nukunu GOLO (Togo) Libéralisation commerciale et sécurité alimentaire en Afrique de l’Ouest.
  18. 2013:18 Yemisrach Tassew Bekele (Ethiopia) The Legal and Institutional Framework to Combat the Illegal Trade in Counterfeit Medicines in Ethiopia.
  19. 2013:19 Christian Koffi N’DA (Ivory Coast) Les Effets des Barrières Non Tarifaires sur la Performance Commerciale des Pays de la CEDEAO – Une Analyse Coûts-Avantages.
  20. 2013:20 Pamelah Cheuka (Zimbabwe) THE EFFECTS OF SANITARY AND PHYTOSANITARY MEASURES FACING SADC AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS TO OECD COUNTRIES.
  21. 2013:21 EHODE ELAH RAOUL (Cameroon) L’IMPACT DE LA LIBÉRALISATION DES ÉCHANGES SUR LES PRODUITS AGRICOLES: LE CAS DU CAMEROUN.
  22. 2013:22 ERIC SYLVESTRE DEDJE KOUASSI (Ivory Coast) ANALYSE DE LA DIVERSIFICATION DES EXPORTATIONS EN UNION DOUANIERE: LE CAS DE L’UEMOA.
  23. 2013:23 Jacob KOTCHO BONGKWAHA (Cameroon) L’APE d’étape du Cameroun et le processus d’intégration régionale en Afrique centrale – Analyse des implications juridiques.
  24. 2013:24 SHEILA MUENI MUKUNYA (Kenya) INTERPRETATION OF THE DISPUTE SETTLEMENT UNDERSTANDING: POSITIVE SOLUTION TO A DISPUTE VERSUS PRINCIPLE OF JUDICIAL ECONOMY: A CASE STUDY OF US –TUNA II (MEXICO).
  25. 2013:25 Laura Aka ABIYAH (Cameroon) La Problématique de l’Accord de Partenariat Economique Intérimaire du Cameroun en Afrique Centrale.
  26. 2013:26 NABI RAKIATA (Burkina Faso) LES OBSTACLES A L’ACCROISSEMENT DES EXPORTATIONS DE FRUITS ET LEGUMES DU BURKINA FASO.
  27. 2013:27 Augustin NGOMSI (Cameroon) Le commerce potentiel en zone CEEAC.
  28. 2013:28 Agnes Praise Mugova (Zimbabwe) A SOCIO-ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF INFORMAL CROSS BORDER TRADE IN ZIMBABWE.
  29. 2013:29 Eden Fenta Gezu (Ethiopia) The Net Welfare and Tariff Revenue Effects of the Tripartite FTA on Ethiopia.
  30. 2013:30 JILL JUMA (Kenya) CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION AND TRADE COMPETITIVENESS – AN ASSESSMENT OF THE CLEAN DEVELOPMENT MECHANISM IN KENYA.
  1. 2014:1 Davis Francis (Tanzania) Transparency and Public Participation in Foreign Direct Investments (Fdis) Decisions in Tanzania – Case Study Of Oil And Gas Sector (Problems and Challenges In Tanzania).
  2. 2014:2 Pontino Tembo (Zambia) Assessment of Trade Facilitation Impact on Bilateral Trade Flows in Zambia
  3. 2014:3 Arnold Herman Temba (Tanzania) A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF EAC/ ASEAN LEGAL FRAMEWORKS FOR NATURAL RESOURCE TRADE: THE CASE OF OIL AND GAS SECTOR
  4. 2014:4 Diana Solomon (Tanzania) Improving Access To Medicines in Tanzania – Can The Flexibilities Under The Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) Be Helpful?
  5. 2014:5 Mouhammad Al Amine GUEYE (Senegal) Investissements directs étrangers dans le secteur de la téléphonie au Sénégal : Etat des lieux et perspectives
  6. 2014:6 Zelalem Yohannes (Ethiopia) Assessing Ethiopia’s Export Potential in the new IGAD FTA Initiative: Based on COMESA’s Trade Integration Benchmarking – A Gravity Model Application
  7. 2014:7 Wubshet Bekele (Ethiopia) TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT’S CONTRIBUTION TO TRADE FACILITATION, REGIONAL INTEGRATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: THE CASE OF ETHIOPIA
  8. 2014:8 Patricia Sento Kafoe (Sierra Leone) Determinants of Foreign Direct Investments in ECOWAS – The Role of Institutions
  9. 2014:9 Soulemane SODRE (Burkina Faso) Impact de l’AGOA sur les exportations des pays membres de l’UEMOA
  10. 2014:10 Tsige Tadesse (Ethiopia) Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Ethiopia – A Micro-level analysis
  11. 2014:11 Simone Nadège ASSAH KUETE (Cameroon) La libre pratique au sein de la CEMAC
  12. 2014:12 Kenneth T. Tanyi (Cameroon) Assessing Trade Integration in Africa: The Facts and Fallacies of the Continental Free Trade Area
  13. 2014:13 Moses Nadiope (Uganda) An Assessment of Trade Liberalization on Uganda’s Exports: Application of the Gravity Model
  14. 2014:14 Pierre-Alexis KAPTCHOUANG DJANGUE (Cameroon) La superposition des accords commerciaux régionaux en Afrique centrale : Opportunité ou obstacles aux échanges commerciaux ?
  15. 2014:15 Deogratius Kapinga (Tanzania) Institutions and Trade Performance in Regional Trade Agreement: Case Study of East African Community
  16. 2014:16 Chipego Zulu (Zambia) INVESTIGATING THE WELFARE EFFECTS OF ESTABLISHING THE TRIPARTITE FREE TRADE AREA;A PARTIAL EQUILIBRIUM ANALYSIS FOR ZAMBIA
  17. 2014:17 Beatrice Mesuli (Tanzania) NON TARIFF BARRIERS TO TRADE FLOW AMONGST THE EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY MEMBER STATES
  18. 2014:18 Wounpay P. Doe (Liberia) ASSESSING THE EFFECT OF CHINA’S FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT ON THE LIBERIAN ECONOMY
  1. 2015:1 Nkareng A. Letsie (Lesotho) Trade implications of the initialled EPA by SADC-EPA Group for Smaller States – a gravity model analysis
  2. 2015:2 Emmanuel Okello (Uganda) Analysis of Export Sophistication in the East African Community (EAC) Countries
  3. 2015:3 Birhan Eshetu Kebede (Ethiopia) Determinants and Potentials of Trade in Climate-Smart Goods and Technologies of Ethiopia
  4. 2015:4 Grace Rane Mbaruku (Tanzania) Trade Effects of Non-Tariff Barriers along the Dar Es Salaam to Namanga Border Trade Post
  5. 2015:5 Marion Atukunda (Uganda) Assessing Comparative Advantage and Complementarity in Africa’s Regional Integration – The Case of Uganda In East African Community
  6. 2015:6 Meskerem Tesfaye (Ethiopia) Analysis of the Impact of Exchange Rate Fluctuation on External Trade in Sub-Saharan African Countries
  7. 2015:7 Joyce Marangu (Kenya) Protection of Traditional Knowledge and Genetic Resources in Kenya
  8. 2015:8 Tendai Mpando (Malawi) The role of Customs in facilitating trade in Malawi
  9. 2015:9 Muntu Almeida (Swaziland) Investigating the Effects of the Loss of African Growth Opportunity Act – The Case of Swaziland
  10. 2015:10 Erick Nabwana Ludasia (Kenya) Analysis of Intra – Industry Trade Patterns in Selected Food and Beverage products – A case study of Kenya and the Sub-Saharan Countries
  11. 2015:11 Tadala Muhara (Malawi) Assessing the Impact of the Malawi Kwacha Exchange Rate on Tobacco Exports
  12. 2015:12 Leudjou Njiteu Rostant Roland (Cameroon) Les Déterminants de la Marge Extensive au Commerce de la Tripartite COMESA-EAC-SADC
  13. 2015:13 Lynda Maungu (Kenya) The Effects of the East African Community (EAC) on Trade Flows between Partner States
  14. 2015:14 Simba Mupodyi (Zimbabwe) Evaluating Implications of Agricultural Sectoral Policies, A Case for Zimbabwe Maize Sector Policy Instruments
  1. 2016:1 Yohane Nyanja (Malawi) Trade Facilitation: Understanding the Possible Trade Facilitation Effects of a One Stop Border Post in Malawi
  2. 2016:2 Mutaka Edmund Eric (Uganda) Factors influencing Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows to Regional Trade Agreements (RTAs), the Case of East African Community (EAC)
  3. 2016:3 Abunaw Anatole Ngwaime (Cameroon) Services Trade and Regional Integration in Sub-Saharan Africa. Case Study – CEMAC
  4. 2016:4 Annet Mbabazi (Uganda) Use of Dispute Settlement in the Tripartite Free Trade Area Regional Economic Communities: Lessons for the Continental Free Trade Area
  5. 2016:5 Lomthunzi Mbewe (Zambia) Foreign Direct Investment & its Effects on Employment Creation in Zambia
  6. 2016:6 Nicholas Nachawe (Malawi) Interpretation of GATT Article V on Freedom of Transit: A Case Study of the “European Union and a Member State-Seizure of Generic Medicines in Transit”
  7. 2016:7 Esther Nali (Uganda) Have the Flexibilities within the TRIPS Agreement (of the World Trade Organization) Had Any Positive Impact on Access to Medicines in Uganda?
  8. 2016:8 Kissa James (Uganda) Effect of East African Community on Uganda’s Agricultural Exports for the Period 1996-2010
  9. 2016:9 Olusegun Cyrus Olutayo (Nigeria) Reforming the WTO Dispute Settlement System: Improving Access for Developing Countries – the Case of sub-Saharan Africa
  10. 2016:10 Evelyn Oritsegbubemi Umudi (Nigeria) Investigating the Impact of Aid for Trade Facilitation on ECOWAS Bloc: Good or Not so Good?
  11. 2016:11 Waari Daniel Nderi (Kenya) An Assessment of Factors Determining Intra-Industry Trade between Kenya and Other Sub Saharan Africa Countries (2000-2014)
  12. 2016:12 Vicky Chemutai (Uganda) Trade Policy and Trade Policy-making in Uganda within the Global Trading System: Post the World Trade Organization’s 10th Ministerial Conference (Nairobi 2015)
  13. 2016:13 Albert Mutanga (Zimbabwe) Trade Effects of Ratification to the SADC Trade Protocol on Zimbabwe’s Bilateral Trade with South Africa
  14. 2016:14 Grace Diana Kaore-Chilima (Malawi) Effects of Non-Tariff Barriers to Trade:  a Case Study of Medium Enterprises in Malawi with a Special Reference to Cement
  15. 2016:15 Penias Chabwela (Zambia) Effects of 3D Printing on Africa’s Imports: The Potential Impact of Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) on Imports of Selected African Countries
  16. 2016:16 Adhan Hassan Haji (Kenya) A Study of the Effects of the AGOA on the Performance of the Cotton Value-chain in Kenya, 2000-2010
  17. 2016:17 Ruth Kihiu (Kenya) Access to Essential Medicines and TRIPS Flexibilities: A Case Study of Kenya
  18. 2016:18 Elizabeth Makoko (Tanzania) A Review of the Trips Agreement’s Provisions on Plant Variety Protection and their Implications for the Important Stakeholders in Tanzania
  19. 2016:19 Bezawit Abebe (Ethiopia) Assessing the Impact of African Growth and Opportunity Act on Sub-Saharan African Countries Export to the United States of America
  1. 2017:1 David Chigunde (Zimbabwe) An Assessment of the Export Sector Performance in Zimbabwe
  2. 2017:2 Stein Masunda (Zimbabwe) The Export Diversification Effects of Aid for Trade in Sub- Saharan Africa
  3. 2017:3 Geofrey Metili (Tanzania) Tanzania’s Business Process Outsourcing Sector – An Opportunity to Grow SME’s
  4. 2017:4 Maimuna Jaiteh (The Gambia) ECOWAS Common External Tariff – An Analysis of Its Revenue and Welfare Effects on The Gambia
  5. 2017:5 Jean Claude Ntibaneneje (Burundi) Determinants of Burundi’s Key Agricultural Exports with a Focus on Tea and Coffee
  6. 2017:6 Elizabeth Ebeneza Saul (Tanzania) The Interface between Intellectual Property Rights and Rights to Health
  7. 2017:7 Agano John Ng’asi (Tanzania) Socio Economic Benefits and Challenges Facing the Use of Local Content Policy in Tanzania’s Oil and Gas Extractive Industry
  8. 2017:8 Dorothy Nakyambadde (Uganda) Export Dynamics and Competitiveness in the East African Community (EAC): Evidence from the Exports of Uganda’s Manufacturing Sector
  9. 2017:9 Mbongeh Lilian Tita (Cameroon) The Dynamics of  Rules of Origin and Regional Integration in Africa – The Case of CEMAC
  10. 2017:10 James Chawarika (Zimbabwe) SADC-EPA Rules of Origin – Implications for Regional Integration
  11. 2017:11 Justine Luvedde (Uganda) The Impact of Financial Services Liberalization on Least Developed Countries’ Trade: A Case Study of Uganda
  12. 2017:12 Timothy Kalembo (Malawi) Assessment of The Compatibility of the Proposed Malawi’s Legislation on Anti-Dumping under the Trade Remedies 2016 with the WTO Anti- Dumping Agreement
  1. 2018:1 Djamali Nambajimana (Rwanda) Comparative Study of FDI and Manufacturing Growth In Rwanda and Tanzania: Influence of Corruption
  2. 2018:2 Diane Umutoni (Rwanda) The Effects of East African Community on Rwanda’s Agricultural Exports
  3. 2018:3 Songa Gashabizi Alain (Rwanda) Review of the EAC Regime on SPS and Standards Specific Trade Concerns
  4. 2018:4 Florence Umurungi (Rwanda) Analyzing the Potential Effects of CFTA on Intra Africa Trade: Evidence from the East African Community
  5. 2018:5 Eric Kabayiza (Rwanda) Assessing Rwanda’s export diversification in the EAC
  6. 2018:6 Judith Mbabazi (Rwanda) Liberalization of Professional Legal Services in the East African Community: Benefits to Rwanda
  7. 2018:7 Alexander Twahirwa (Rwanda) An Analysis of the Impact of Linking the Schedule on Free Movement of Services to the Schedule on Free Movement of Workers: A Case Study of the East Africa Community
  8. 2018:8 Diogene Dusabiyaremye (Rwanda) Analyzing the Importance of the EAC for Rwanda’s Trade  Evidence from Gravity Model
  9. 2018:9 Mukulu Antonny Mshimye (Rwanda) Regional Integration and Enterprise Competitiveness. A case of Rwanda
  10. 2018:10 Edith Kagwera (Rwanda) Assessing the Effects of Non-Tariff Barriers on Rwanda Agricultural Exports to East African Community
  11. 2018:11 Jerome Ndahimana (Rwanda) The Effect of Harmonized Standards on Intra-Regional Trade
  12. 2018:12 Denyse Umulisa (Rwanda) Assessment of Trade in Services Liberalization in East African Community: Case Study Rwanda
  13. 2018:13 Godfrey Gasasira (Rwanda) A Study on Border Agency Cooperation and Its Effects on Trade Facilitation in Rwanda
  14. 2018:14 Olivier Mugwaneza (Rwanda) An Analysis of the implications of EU – EPAs Provisions for Developing Countries – Case of Rwanda
  15. 2018:15 Susan Asiimwe (Rwanda) The Impact of the Harmonization of Business Laws in the EAC Context – A Case Study of Rwanda
  16. 2018:16 Achach  Examining The Frailties In Dispute Resolution Processes For Trade Remedy Measures In Regional Trade Agreements: A Case Study Of The East African Community
  17. 2018:17 Agbahoungba Impact of Trade Liberalization on Women’s Employment in West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU)
  18. 2018:18 Banda   The Determinants Of Manufacturing Exports In Zambia
  19. 2018:19 Mucheri A Meta-Analysis Of The Likely Effect Of Export Incentives On Export Growth: Lessons For Zimbabwe
  20. 2018:20 Cassim Analysis of Malawi’s Patent Regime and its implications on Technology Transfer
  21. 2018:21 Chihaka Institutions For Intra-Regional Trade In The COMESA Region: The Case Of Bilateral Trade Relations Between Selected COMESA Countries
  22. 2018:22 Fallah Assessing the Factors Impeding Regional Integration Among the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)
  23. 2018:23 Freeman Factors Affecting The Growth Of Liberia’s Manufacturing Sector
  24. 2018:24 Gemandze Effects Of FDI On Economic Growth In CEMAC Region
  25. 2018:25 Haile Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Sub-Saharan Africa:- A Panel Data Analysis
  26. 2018:26 Kajura Intra-Africa Trade and Regional Integration: The Effectiveness of Regional Trade Agreements
  27. 2018:27 Mahase Effect Of Infrastructure On Trade Flows: A Case Study Of Lesotho
  28. 2018:28 Mhanda Determinants of SADC Intra-Regional Exports: The Trade Effect of Electricity
  29. 2018:29 Mkandawire The Impact of Trade Facilitation on Sub Saharan Africa: Lessons for Malawi
  30. 2018:30 Mughogho   An Analysis Of The Impact Of The Farm Input Subsidy Programme On Maize Exports In Malawi
  31. 2018:31 Muthengi The Question of Trade and Poverty Reduction Nexus: A Case Study of East African LDCs.
  32. 2018:32 Mwage An Assessment of Effects of Compliance Costs on Least Developed Countries’ Exports of Agricultural Products; A Case of Women-Owned SMEs involved in Groundnuts Production in Malawi
  33. 2018:33 Nzuve Impact Of Trade Facilitation Factors On Kenya’s Exports
  34. 2018:34 Uche African Continental Free Trade Area (AFCTA) Agreement And The Private Sector: Models for effective engagement in Nigeria
  35. 2018:35 Saiewane Assessing the Effect of Customs Automation in Facilitating Trade; A Case of Liberia Freeport’s Customs Business Office – AYSCUDA World 2010-2016
  36. 2018:36 Samboko Transport Facilitation and Export Performance of Sub-Saharan African Countries
  37. 2018:37 Sikamikami  Why Informal Trade? A Case Study Of Perceived Important Factors At Nakonde One Stop Border Post In Zambia
  38. 2018:38 Soko Trade Facilitation and Customs Risk Management – The Case of Zambia
  39. 2018:39 Ssebudde Assessing Comparative Advantage in Service Exports in Sub-Saharan Africa

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