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Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements - 89 27. Segment Information PFRS 8 requires operating segments to be identified on the basis of internal reports about components of the Group that are regularly reviewed by the chief operating decision maker. For management purposes, the Group’s operating segments is determined to be business segments as the risks and rates of return are affected predominantly by differences in the products and services produced. The operating businesses are organized and managed separately according to the nature of the products and services provided, with each segment representing a strategic business unit that offers different products and serves different markets. Management monitors the operating results of its business units separately for the purpose of making decisions about resource allocation and performance assessment. Segment performance is evaluated based on operating income or loss and is measured consistently with income before income tax in the consolidated statement of comprehensive income. Business Segments In 2013 and 2012, for purposes of segment reporting, the Group does not have other reportable segments other than real property development. The following tables present revenue, costs and expenses, certain assets and liabilities information regarding the Group’s real property development and plastics manufacturing business segments in 2011.

Revenues External customers Gain on fair value change of investment properties Gain on sale of AFS investments Interest income Gain on loss of control Equity in net income of associates Other income Costs and Expenses Costs and expenses Interest expense and other finance charges Depreciation and amortization Loss on sale of an investment Other expenses Provision for (benefit from) income tax: Current Deferred Income from continuing operations after tax Income from discontinued operations after tax Net Income Operating Assets Operating Liabilities (Forward)

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Real Property Development

Plastics Manufacturing (Discontinued Operations)

P =413,024,287

P =461,523,368

2,356,792,867 208,631,416 44,887,264 8,939,415 48,567 53,223 3,032,377,039

2011

Total

Eliminations

Consolidated

P =874,547,655

(P = 461,523,368)

P =413,024,287

– – – – – – 461,523,368

2,356,792,867 208,631,416 44,887,264 8,939,415 48,567 53,223 3,493,900,407

– – – – – – (461,523,368)

2,356,792,867 208,631,416 44,887,264 8,939,415 48,567 53,223 3,032,377,039

285,371,233 71,406,981 15,477,187 1,298,081 – 373,553,482

374,344,011 – 4,808,138 – 63,961,494 443,113,643

659,715,244 71,406,981 20,285,325 1,298,081 63,961,494 816,667,125

(374,344,011) – (4,808,138) – (63,961,494) (443,113,643)

285,371,233 71,406,981 15,477,187 1,298,081 – 373,553,482

5,220,444 730,461,376 735,681,820

5,502,653 – 5,502,653

10,723,097 730,461,376 741,184,473

(5,502,653) – (5,502,653)

5,220,444 730,461,376 735,681,820

1,923,141,737

1,923,141,737

1,923,141,737

– P =1,923,141,737

12,907,072 P =12,907,072

12,907,072 P =1,936,048,809

– P =–

12,907,072 P =1,936,048,809

P =33,855,586,145

P =–

P =33,855,586,145

P =–

P =33,855,586,145

P =9,517,800,478

P =–

P =9,517,800,478

P =–

P =9,517,800,478

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