Guide to Sending Parcels to Mali

Mali covers a large landmass in the northwest of Africa, and at one time was home to a very rich trans-Saharan empire. Today, agriculture, gold mining, and exportation of cotton sustains this nation of 19 million people.

Though e-commerce has had difficult growing pains in Mali due to challenging economic and infrastructure conditions, the COVID pandemic has fostered an increase of activity amongst Malians. And as Mali's population is very young - 67% are below the age of 16, it is inevitable this generation will help bring Mali into a modern online world.

Information for this page was taken from Mali's Ministry of Economy and Finance and the Economic Community of West African States.

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Tracking #:780123123123
Tel: 1-800-463-3339
Signed By: Pikwalia @ Residence
Oct 8, 2022
8:49 am
Mopti, MO, ML
Delivered
Oct 7, 2022
7:18 am
Sikasso, SI, ML
In transit
Oct 6, 2022
9:03 pm
Segou, SEL, ML
International Clearance
Oct 6, 2022
8:14 am
Bamako, BA, ML
In transit
Oct 6, 2022
12:17 am
Toronto, ON, CA
In transit
Oct 5, 2022
4:30 pm
Ottawa, ON, CA
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Disclaimer!

While we have made every effort to ensure that the information on this page is accurate, Customs laws and procedures change regularly so it is important to consult a licensed broker in Mali before shipping any goods.

Types of Shipments

Not all types of shipments are created equal. Shipping a television will require different paperwork, duties, and taxes than shipping an accounting statement, for example.
Shipping Documents Only Image to Mali

Documents Only

Malian customs authorities will allow the following items into Mali as a document shipment:

  • Airline tickets
  • Annual reports and intercompany mail
  • Bids and proposals
  • Blueprints
  • Business cards
  • Catalogues and price lists
  • Computer print-outs
  • Credit cards, cheques, and cash letters
  • Diplomas
  • Drawings and sepia drawings
  • Driver's licence
  • Graphs
  • Greeting cards and invitations
  • Magazines, newspapers, and periodicals
  • Manuscripts and publications
  • Maps and charts
  • Mylars
  • Negotiable bonds and drafts
  • Pamphlets
  • Passports
  • Seismic data
  • Specifications sheets

Mali allows the following items a duty-free entry into the country if the criteria below are complied with:

Item Restriction
Calendars Maximum shipment weight of 5 kg
Envelopes Must be blank and in a small quantity
Examination papers Shipment to weigh no more than 5 kg
Forms Provided they are blank and parcel is a maximum of 10 kg
Manuals Only if they are of a technical nature
Newsletters Only if for intercompany communication
Stationery Must be blank

Sources:
https://www.ups.com/ga/CountryRegs?loc=en_US

Shipping Gifts to Mali

Shipping Gifts

Gift shipments entering Mali will be exempt from duty and taxes up to a value of $25 USD (about $30 CAD).

Shipments from Individual-to-Individual

A gift shipment from an individual in Canada to an individual in Mali will not incur duty or taxes if its value is no more than $25 USD (about $30 CAD).

Shipments from Business-to-Business

Shipments of gifts from a business in Canada to a business in Mali will be allowed a duty- and tax-free entry to the country provided the parcel has a value of no more than $25 USD (about $30 CAD).

Shipments from Business-to-Individual

Should a business in Canada ship a gift to an individual in Mali, the parcel will be exempt from taxes and duties if its value is $25 USD or less (about $30 CAD).


Gift Checklist
  • A commercial invoice must be included with your shipment
  • The words 'Gift Shipment' or 'Unsolicited Gift' are included on the commercial invoice, even if the shipment is sent at Christmas time (see sample)
  • List the items in the parcel and write the value of each
  • Sending more than one gift in the parcel? Wrap and tag each one individually.

Sample Commercial Invoice for Gifts

Ship To Invoice
Miguel ángel Asturias
Calle 24 3-81
Mali City
01001
Mali

Phone: +502 2208 7777
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Personal Shipment / Gift Shipment

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 5 Oct 2022
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
1 Each Gift Shipment: LEGO Star Wars Rebel UWing Fighter, 659 piece set

CA $79.99
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Gifts
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $79.99
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge


Multiple Gifts in One Shipment

Multiple gifts in a shipment may enter Mali duty and tax free if the parcel's value is $25 USD or less (about $30 CAD).

Also, be sure to wrap and tag each gift separately.

Sample Commercial Invoice for Gifts

Ship To Invoice
Miguel Ángel Asturias
Calle 24 3-81
Mali City
01001
Mali

Phone: +502 2208 7777
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Unsolicited Gift: Consolidated Gift Package

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 5 Oct 2022
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
1 Each Gift - Roger: LEGO Star Wars Rebel UWing Fighter, 659 piece set

CA $39.99
1 Each Gift - Erica: Handwoven French Canadian Catalogne Blanket

CA $49.99
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Gifts
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $89.98
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge

Sources:
https://www.fedex.com/en-us/ancillary-clearance-service.html

Shipping personal effects/belongings to Mali

Shipping Personal Effects

Canadians and Malian citizens moving to Mali may ship their personal effects exempt from duties and taxes provided:

  • The claimant has owned and used the goods for a minimum of 6 months
  • The amount of goods is appropriate to the size of the household moving to Mali

NOTE:
An application for duty-free entry of personal goods is required and must include:

  • Five copies of the application
  • Official proof that you have left Canada for residence in Mali
  • A Letter of Exemption from the Ministry of Economy and Finance of Mali

Moving Temporarily

Students

Students moving to Mali to study may ship their personal effects duty and tax free if they can provide proof of enrollment at an educational institute in Mali.

The incoming student will also be required to present an Exemption Certificate from Mali's Director General of Customs.


Goods allowed entry as an exemption include:

  • Clothing and footwear
  • Books, paper, pens, etc.
  • Electronic equipment such as a television, video camera, stereo
  • Small appliances for a student's room
Non-students

Non-students who stay temporarily in Mali may ship their personal effects without payment of duties and taxes as long as:

  • The goods are only for the use of the claimant or his or her family
  • The items stay no longer than 1* year in Mali
  • The amount of goods is reasonable for the size of the party entering the country

*A one-time extension of 6 months may be granted.

Moving Permanently

Malians and Canadian citizens moving permanently to Mali are allowed a duty and tax exemption on their personal effects shipped to the country.

The conditions for the exemption include:

  • The goods must have been used and owned by the shipper for at least 6 months
  • The size of the shipment is in line with the number of family members and size of the home

Duty-Free Import Application

  • Submit five copies of the application
  • Provide proof from a Canadian authority of having moved from Canada
  • A Letter of Exemption from Mali's Ministry of Economy and Finance

Personal Effects Checklist
  • A commercial invoice must be included with your shipment
  • Commercial invoice must clearly indicate 'Personal Effects' (see sample)
  • A detailed description of each item is provided
  • Five copies of the application for duty-free entry from Mali’s Ministry of Economy and Finance

Sources:
https://douanes.gouv.ml/changement-de-r%C3%A9sidence
https://douanes.gouv.ml/trousseaux-d%C3%A9tudiant
https://douanes.gouv.ml/importation-temporaire-de-biens

Sample Commercial Invoice for Personal Effects

Ship To Invoice
Miguel Ángel Asturias
Calle 24 3-81
Mali City
01001
Mali

Phone: +502 2208 7777
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Personal effects being delivered to my new address.

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 5 Oct 2022
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
5 Pairs Personal Effects: 5 pairs of various types of shoes

IN $40.00
1 Each Personal Effects: Arc'terix Winter Jacket

CA $478.00
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Personal Effects
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $678.00
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge
Shipping Food, Chocolate, Candies to Mali

Food, Chocolate, Candies

Shipments of foodstuffs to Mali will incur duties and taxes that must be paid by the recipient. (The shipper cannot pay these fees.)

NOTE:
Expired foodstuffs will not be allowed entry into Mali.

You May Ship

  • Chocolate
  • Candy

Do Not Ship

  • Meat sourced from cattle or pigs, including canned corned beef, sausages
  • Any item beyond its expiry date

Food, Chocolate, Candies Checklist
  • Clearly indicate 'Food' on the commercial invoice in the General Description or Remarks section (see sample)
  • Ensure that your food, chocolate, or candies may be imported into the country
  • You are not shipping commercial quantities (for any duty & tax exemption)
  • Check with your carrier that they will accept food shipments

Sources:
https://douanes.gouv.ml/produits-prohib%C3%A9s-%C3%A0-limportation
https://www.fedex.com/en-us/ancillary-clearance-service.html

Sample Commercial Invoice for Food, Chocolate, Candies

Ship To Invoice
Miguel ángel Asturias
Calle 24 3-81
Mali City
01001
Mali

Phone: +502 2208 7777
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Food Shipment - Assorted chocolate bars in their original manufacturer's packaging

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 5 Oct 2022
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
1 Box Nestle Chocolate Bars in original packaging expiring May 2021 (shelf life of 6 months or longer)

CA $20.00
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Permanent / Sold
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $20.00
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge
Shipping Promotional Material to Mali

Samples

Commercial samples with no monetary value, i.e. they cannot be sold, are allowed a duty and tax free entry into Mali. Their purpose is to advertise and promote products.

NOTE:
Samples may also be shipped to Mali from Canada by using an ATA Carnet, but the Carnet cannot be used for other goods.


Commercial Sample Checklist
  • A Commercial Invoice must be included with your shipment
  • Clearly indicate 'Commercial Samples' on the commercial invoice in the General Description & Detailed Description of Goods (see sample)
  • The item shipped has tearing, perforation, slashing, defacing, or has permanent marking clearing indicating the item as commercial sample

Sources:
https://etls.ecowas.int/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/ECOWAS-CUSTOMS-CODE-FINAL-27092017FELIX.pdf
https://www.setoa.it/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/scheda_export_documents_en_mali.pdf
https://sgg-mali.ml/JO/2003/mali-jo-2003-16.pdf
https://douanes.gouv.ml/code-des-douanes

Sample Commercial Invoice for Commercial Sample

Ship To Invoice
Miguel Ángel Asturias
Calle 24 3-81
Mali City
01001
Mali

Phone: +502 2208 7777
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Commercial Sample - Not for Resale

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 5 Oct 2022
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
1 Box Commercial Sample - Advanced reading copy of Dan Brown's novel.

CA $20.00
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Commercial Sample
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $20.00
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge
Sending Promotional material to Mali

Advertising Material

Advertising material may enter Mali from Canada provided it has been granted by the Director General of Customs of Mali. They will be exempt from duty if they have no monetary value.

Advertising will be allowed entry for the following circumstances:

  • Items for presentation at an exhibition or trade fair
  • Materials for display at an international conference or meeting

Advertising Material Checklist
  • Commercial invoice must clearly indicate 'Promotional Material - Not for Resale' (see sample)
  • A detailed description of each item is provided

Sources:
https://douanes.gouv.ml/admission-temporaire
https://douanes.gouv.ml/code-des-douanes

Sample Commercial Invoice for Promotional Material

Ship To Invoice
Miguel Ángel Asturias
Calle 24 3-81
Mali City
01001
Mali

Phone: +502 2208 7777
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Promotional Material - Not for Resale

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 5 Oct 2022
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
1 Each Promotional Material: Not for Resale. Product pamphlets to hand out at trade show.

CA $163.00
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Promotional Material
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $163.00
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge
Have your goods warranty repaired in Mali

Repairs

Goods requiring repair will be allowed to enter Mali with either a partial or total exemption from taxes and duties if it is done as a temporary import. The items may stay in the country a maximum of 6 months though an extension may be granted by the Director General of Customs.

Items Under Warranty

Machinery and equipment repaired at no charge under a warranty in Canada will be allowed to re-enter Mali exempt from duty fees.

Items No Longer Under Warranty

Items repaired in Canada that are no longer under warranty will incur duties when they are returned to Mali. They will also be liable to Canadian GST charged on the value of the repair and any parts required to complete the work.

Sending Product for Repair to Mali

If you send equipment or machinery to Mali for repairs, it will be eligible for a partial or total exemption from duties and taxes provided it is a temporary importation. The maximum length of stay in Mali will be 6 months, however, Mali's Director General of Customs may grant an extension.

Returning Repaired Product to Mali

Provided equipment was repaired in Canada at no charge because of warranty guarantees, it will be allowed a duty-free re-entry into Mali.


Repair Checklist
  • Commercial invoice must clearly indicate 'REPAIR & RETURN' under the General Description or Remarks, and include the estimated time of return (see sample)
  • Include repair contract with shipment
  • Serial or product number and the cost of repairs should be indicated under the Detailed Description of Goods section
  • Include the original shipping documents or tracking number from when the item was first exported to Mali or exported to Canada (depending on which case applies)
  • A commercial invoice must be included with your shipment

Sources:
https://etls.ecowas.int/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/ECOWAS-CUSTOMS-CODE-FINAL-27092017FELIX.pdf
https://douanes.gouv.ml/admission-temporaire

Sample Commercial Invoice for Warranty Repair

Ship To Invoice
Miguel Ángel Asturias
Calle 24 3-81
Mali City
01001
Mali

Phone: +502 2208 7777
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Repair and Return - Watch being sent for repair

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 5 Oct 2022
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
1 Each Fossil Watch being sent for repair - Model E5, serial # 789456FG7E2 - Repair Cost $76.00

US $163.00
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Warranty Repair
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $163.00
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge
Temporary Imports / Exports for shipments to Mali

Temporary Imports

Goods destined for a temporary stay in Mali will be allowed entry if they have no commercial intent and value, and:

  • They are a commercial sample
  • Will be shown at trade shows or other similar exhibitions
  • They are for advertising purposes
  • Are required for an industrial purpose

ATA Carnets

Malian authorities only allow the use of ATA Carnets for commercial samples.


Temporary Imports Checklist
  • Commercial Invoice clearly stating 'Temporary Import'. This must be written in the General Description section and the Detailed Description of Goods. (see sample)
  • The goods arrive and leave in the same condition, i.e. they undergo no repairs nor are they used in manufacturing
  • Stay no longer than the period listed above
  • Include your ATA Carnet with your shipment (if applicable)
  • Include the expected return date or the date that it was originally received within the country (whichever applies)
  • Any above listed items not listed in this checklist

Sources:
https://douanes.gouv.ml/admission-temporaire
https://douanes.gouv.ml/code-des-douanes

 

Sample Commercial Invoice for Temporary Imports

Ship To Invoice
Miguel Ángel Asturias
Calle 24 3-81
Mali City
01001
Mali

Phone: +502 2208 7777
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Temporary Imports - Trade show booth and display equipment returning Jan 2020

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 5 Oct 2022
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
1 box Temporary Imports - Trade show booth and display equipment

CA $1032.00
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Temporary Imports
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $1032.00
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge
Permanent Goods / Sold To an individual or business within Mali

Permanent/Sold Goods

All sold goods entering Mali will incur duties and VAT as well as other taxes regardless of the value of the shipment.

Occasional Shipper

Even if you only occasionally ship sold goods to Mali, be advised that they will be liable to duties, VAT, and other tax charges no matter the monetary value of the parcel. Mali does not have a threshold (also known as a de minimis value) below which no taxes or fees are incurred.

Regular shipper

Regular shippers of sold goods to Mali are strongly recommended to engage the services of a Malian licenced shipping broker.


Sources:
https://docs.wto.org/dol2fe/Pages/SS/directdoc.aspx?filename=q:/WT/TPR/S362R1-06.pdf&Open=True
https://douanes.gouv.ml/proc%C3%A9dure-de-d%C3%A9douanement-des-envois-postaux-%C3%A0-limportation-0
https://douanes.gouv.ml/code-des-douanes

Sample Commercial Invoice for Permanent/Sold Goods

Ship To Invoice
Miguel Ángel Asturias
Calle 24 3-81
Mali City
01001
Mali

Phone: +502 2208 7777
Carrier tracking number: 736534736
General Description:
Permanent/Sold: Parts and accessories for Canon B78n camera

Invoice number: 123456MGEP4916926
Customs Broker: UPS
Date: 5 Oct 2022
QTY Description of Goods C/O SubTotal
15 Each Camera Lenses: Canon EF 50mm, Canon EF 85mm & wide-angle lenses.

CA $132.00
Terms of Sale: None
Total number of packages: 1
Reason for export: Permanent/Sold
Contact Name: James Smith
Total Invoice Amount: $1980.00
Total Weight: 10.0 lbs
Declaration Statement: I hereby certify that information provided is true and complete to the best of my knowledge

Required Documents


Shipping packages internationally requires a lot of documentation. This process alone can be confusing and time-consuming. So we’ve narrowed down what documents you might need and ranked them based on likeliness of being needed.

Document Type When? Details
Shipping Label / Bill of Lading Always required This is a label provided by the carrier (UPS, FedEx, DHL, etc.). Always required because the carrier needs to know the parcel's destination.
Commercial Invoice Required for all non-document shipments
For all non-document shipments, you will require 3 copies of the commercial invoice (to be included with your shipping labels). These are for customs purposes and need to be included inside a document pouch outside of the box.

When creating a shipment through the Secureship website, the system will help you create this document automatically.

B13a Required if value exceeds $2,000 per shipment or is a controlled good
A B13a is required if your shipment exceeds $2000 CAD or is a controlled good
and is destined to a country other than the US, Puerto Rico, or the US Virgin Islands

Learn more about the B13a form here.
Certificate of Origin (COO) Infrequently required

Allows a reduced or zero-rated import duty.
Canada has a preferential trade agreement with Mali. A COO proves that an item has been produced, manufactured or processed in Canada.

When an item with a COO is imported into Mali, it will incur a reduced or zero-rated import duty.
Certificate of Insurance (COI) Infrequently required

Shows that the shipment has been insured.
Banks may request a certificate of insurance when providing letters of credit for the goods. Otherwise, it is generally your choice whether to purchase insurance for the shipment.
ATA Carnet Infrequently required

Used to avoid duties and taxes on shipments of temporary nature.
If you ship goods of temporary nature to and from a country, you can obtain an ATA Carnet to expedite the customs clearance process and ensure that anything of temporary nature is not charged duties and taxes.

See Temporary import section
Packing list Infrequently required

No specific form required, but generally includes information regarding:

  • The exporter, importer and transport company
  • Date of issue
  • Number of freight invoice
  • Type and number of packages
  • Contents of each package
  • Marks and numbers
  • Net weight, gross weight and measurements of each package

Prohibited & Restricted Imports


Goods deemed prohibited by the state of Mali will not be allowed entry into the country. Those items deemed restricted may be allowed entry into the country if they have received permission from the relevant government agency.

Prohibited Items

  • Alcoholic beverages
    contained in
    plastic bags
  • Expired foodstuffs
  • Narcotic drugs and other illicit substances
  • Tinned meat from pigs
    and cattle, including
    corned beef, sausages
  • Weapons and ammunition

Restricted Items

  • All tobacco products
  • Medicines for either human
    or veterinary use
  • Explosives
  • Plants and their parts

Sources:
https://douanes.gouv.ml/produits-prohib%C3%A9s-%C3%A0-limportation

Duty & Taxes

Goods liable to import duties and taxes will have the amount due calculated by the CIF method. The CIF value of a shipment is the sum of the customs value plus insurance amount plus freight costs.

CIF Value = Customs Value + Insurance Amount + Freight Costs

By calculating the CIF value of your shipment, you will have an estimate of the duty and taxes owed by the recipient.


Thresholds

All sold goods entering Mali from Canada will incur duty and VAT; there are no thresholds below which no duties and taxes are not incurred.


Currency CFA franc XOF
Duty Exemption (De minimis Value) N/A
Duty Calculation Method CIF
TAX (VAT) 18% 18%
Tax Exemption
(De minimis Value)
N/A
Tax Calculation Method CIF

Duties on Imports


Excise Duties

Malian customs authorities apply excise taxes to a number of import goods as shown below:

  • Alcoholic beverages (50%)
  • Soft drinks (12%)
  • Tobacco products (22% - 32%)
  • Biodegradable plastic bags (10%)

Other Taxes

Other taxes incurred by imports entering Mali include those imposed by fellow ECOWAS countries (Economic Community of West African States). Details can be found here


  • Candy35%
  • Chocolate35%
  • Spirits and wines50%
  • TobaccoVariable*
  • Books0%
  • Documents0%
  • Video games & consoles20%
  • Computers & laptops5%
  • Tablets5%
  • Mobiles10%
  • Cameras20%
  • Accessories for Electronics5%
  • Coats20%
  • Beauty products & cosmetics20%
  • Jewellery20%
  • Shirts & pants20%
  • Home appliances20%
  • Toys20%
  • Sports equipment20%

Sources:
https://docs.wto.org/dol2fe/Pages/SS/directdoc.aspx?filename=q:/WT/TPR/S362R1-06.pdf&Open=True
https://www.dgi.gouv.ml/CGI/#_Toc504511816

Mali Shipping Insurance


You can purchase insurance through Secureship and it is provided by the carrier that will be transporting your shipment.

Each carrier will charge a different amount per $100 of declared insurance. If you indicate that you need insurance for your shipment our system will automatically include the insurance costs for your shipment.

Insurance is great to have in case your package is accidentally lost or damaged by the carrier. But be careful, not everything you ship is insurable. Worse - even if your package contains items that are insurable, if it doesn’t meet the ISTA 3A packaging standard, the insurance purchased through the carrier would not be available to you.

Here are some items that cannot be insured by the carrier:

  • Personal belongings
  • Antiques
  • Artwork
  • Liquids (including alcohol)
  • Televisions
  • Jewellery in excess of $500
  • Perishable goods
  • Glass or Ceramic
  • And many more items

For more information, please see the carrier's terms and conditions.

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