Selected financial data of the Deutsche Telekom Group.
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a Calculated on the basis of more precise million figures.
b Including pro-forma value-added tax, revenue would have been EUR 33.8 billion.
c Including one-time value-added tax refund amounting to EUR 338 million.
d Since the beginning of the 2000 financial year, certain expenses have been shown as other operating expenses, rather than goods and services purchased. EUR 737 million was reclassified for the 1999 financial year and EUR 683 million for 1998.
e Including depreciation of value-added tax capitalized prior to January 1, 1996.
f In 1995, the levy to the Federal Republic was paid for the last time with the Company being exempt almost fully from tax. Since January 1, 1996, the Company has been subject to normal corporate taxation.
g Results from ordinary business activities plus financial income (expense), net and depreciation and amortization.
h Net income/loss plus depreciation and amortization.
i In accordance with cash flow statement.
j Average annual number of employees excluding trainees/student interns.
k EBIDTA and cash earnings, after adjustment for special factors, should not be regarded in isolation as an alternative to net income, operating income, net cash provided by operating activities or other German GAAP (HGB) or U.S. GAAP indicators. Fore more details and exact derivation please refer to the information given in the section on "Reconciliation to pro forma figures" on pp. 114 to 118.
l Net income/loss based on the weighted average of outstanding shares. The share/ADS ratio is 1:1. In 1995 and 1996 with retroactive consideration of ten-for-one stock split and new shares issued by way of a capital increase from retained earnings at July 31, 1996.
m Proposed dividend.
n Without amounts earmarked for dividend payment, which are treated as short-term debt.