2015 Trafficking in Persons Report

Human Trafficking - medTrafficking Hotline Human Trafficking It’s sad but true: here in this country, people are being bought, sold, and smuggled like modern-day slaves. They are trapped in lives of misery—often beaten, starved, and forced to work as prostitutes or to take grueling jobs as migrant, domestic, restaurant, or factory workers with little or no pay. We’re working hard to stop human trafficking—not only because of the personal and psychological toll it takes on society, but also because it facilitates the illegal movement of immigrants across borders and provides a ready source of income for organized crime groups and even terrorists. Learn more: http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/investigate/civilrights/human_trafficking .

Trafficking in Persons Report

The Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report is the U.S. Government’s principal diplomatic tool to engage foreign governments on human trafficking. It is also the world’s most comprehensive resource of governmental anti-human trafficking efforts and reflects the U.S. Government’s commitment to global leadership on this key human rights and law enforcement issue. It represents an updated, global look at the nature and scope of trafficking in persons and the broad range of government actions to confront and eliminate it. The U.S. Government uses the TIP Report to engage foreign governments in dialogues to advance anti-trafficking reforms and to combat trafficking and to target resources on prevention, protection and prosecution programs. Worldwide, the report is used by international organizations, foreign governments, and nongovernmental organizations alike as a tool to examine where resources are most needed. Freeing victims, preventing trafficking, and bringing traffickers to justice are the ultimate goals of the report and of the U.S Government’s anti-human trafficking policy.

For more: http://www.state.gov/j/tip/rls/tiprpt/

Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons http://www.state.gov/j/tip/index.htm

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National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline1.888.3737.888 The National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) is a national, toll-free hotline, available to answer calls from anywhere in the United States, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year. It is operated by Polaris Project, a non-government organization working to combat human trafficking. Callers can report tips and receive information on human trafficking by calling the hotline at 1.888.3737.888 The hotline provides data on where cases of suspected human trafficking are occurring within the United States. A national map of calls is updated daily to reflect the sources of calls to the hotline. To learn more: http://www.acf.hhs.gov/trafficking/hotline/index.html .

“It [Human Trafficking at home and abroad] ought to concern every person, because it’s a debasement of our common humanity. It ought to concern every community, because it tears at the social fabric. It ought to concern every business, because it distorts markets. It ought to concern every nation, because it endangers public health and fuels violence and organized crime. I’m talking about the injustice, the outrage, of human trafficking, which must be called by its true name—modern slavery.” “Our fight against human trafficking is one of the great human rights causes of our time, and the United States will continue to lead it…”

President Barack Obama, September 25, 2012

Monday, July 27th, 10:00 AM ET Secretary of State John Kerry will release the 2015  “Trafficking in Persons Report” The report ranks countries on three tiers based on efforts to comply with the “minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking” found in the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000. United States Department of State

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28 thoughts on “2015 Trafficking in Persons Report

  1. WH

    Monday, July 27, 2015

    All Times Eastern

    3:50 AM
    President Obama holds a bilateral meeting with Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn
    National Palace, Addidas Ababa, Ethiopia

    4:00 AM
    5:00 AM
    5:15 AM
    President Obama holds a bilateral meeting with Ethiopian President Mulatu Teshome
    National Palace, Addidas Ababa, Ethiopia

    6:00 AM
    6:20 AM
    President Obama joins Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn of Ethiopia for a a press conference
    National Palace, Addidas Ababa, Ethiopia

    7:00 AM
    8:00 AM
    President Obama holds bilateral meetings with holds a multilateral meeting on South Sudan and counterterrorism issues with Kenya, Sudan, Ethiopia, the African Union and Uganda
    Sheraton Addis, Addidas Ababa, Ethiopia

    9:00 AM
    10:00 AM
    11:00 AM
    Vice President Biden Delivers Remarks on the Economy
    SUNY Polytechnic Canal Ponds, Rochester, New York

    12:00 PM
    12:45 PM
    President Obama attends a State Dinner with Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn
    National Palace, Addidas Ababa, Ethiopia

    1:00 PM
    2:00 PM
    2:45 PM
    Vice President Biden Delivers Remarks at an Infrastructure Event
    Sheraton New York on Seventh Avenue, New York, New York

    3:00 PM
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  2. Trafficking in Persons Report

    The Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report is the U.S. Government’s principal diplomatic tool to engage foreign governments on human trafficking. It is also the world’s most comprehensive resource of governmental anti-human trafficking efforts and reflects the U.S. Government’s commitment to global leadership on this key human rights and law enforcement issue. It represents an updated, global look at the nature and scope of trafficking in persons and the broad range of government actions to confront and eliminate it. The U.S. Government uses the TIP Report to engage foreign governments in dialogues to advance anti-trafficking reforms and to combat trafficking and to target resources on prevention, protection and prosecution programs. Worldwide, the report is used by international organizations, foreign governments, and nongovernmental organizations alike as a tool to examine where resources are most needed. Freeing victims, preventing trafficking, and bringing traffickers to justice are the ultimate goals of the report and of the U.S Government’s anti-human trafficking policy.

    For more: http://www.state.gov/j/tip/rls/tiprpt/

    • Secretary Kerry Hosts the 2015 Trafficking in Persons Report Launch Ceremony

      Office of the Spokesperson
      Washington, DC
      July 24, 2015

      Secretary of State John Kerry will release the 2015 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report at 10:00 a.m. on July 27, 2015, at the U.S. Department of State.

      As required by the Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA), the TIP Report assesses government efforts around the world to combat modern slavery. This year’s Report, the 15th installment, includes narratives for 188 countries and territories, including the United States. This year also marks the 15th anniversary of the TVPA.

      During the announcement, Secretary Kerry will honor the 2015 TIP Report Heroes, eight men and women whose tireless efforts have made a lasting impact on the global fight against modern slavery. Names of the 2015 TIP Report Heroes will be released during the launch.

      The event will be open to credentialed members of the press and streamed live on http://www.state.gov. Follow the event using @JTIP_State, @StateDept, #TIPHeroes, #EndSlavery, and #HumanTrafficking during the event and during the Secretary’s remarks at @StateDeptLive.

      For more: http://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/ps/2015/07/245267.htm

    • Briefing on the 2015 Trafficking in Persons Report

      Published on Jul 27, 2015

      Under Secretary for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights Sarah Sewall leads a press briefing on 2015 Trafficking in Persons Report release at the Department of State on July 27, 2015.

    • Remarks at the 2015 Trafficking in Persons Report Ceremony

      John Kerry
      Secretary of State
      Dean Acheson Auditorium
      Washington, DC

      July 27, 2015

      SECRETARY KERRY: Sarah, thank you very, very much. Thank you all for being here this morning and witnessing my first three yards on one crutch in public. (Laughter.) If my doctor sees that, I’m in serious trouble. (Applause.) Not supposed to do that till next week, but I couldn’t resist. (Laughter.)

      I really can think of no better way to start this week than with such a gathering of really remarkable people, all of whom are determined to make a difference in a cause that really counts.

      And I am very, very honored to be here. Particularly happy to see from Capitol Hill my friend and former colleague, Senator Amy Klobuchar and Representative Chris Smith, who has been just such a longtime champion on these issues. Both of them are two champions in this fight. Delighted to see the First Lady’s chief of staff, Tina Tchen. Thank you for being with us. And also, I want to just recognize quickly Jeff Zucker, the head of CNN. CNN has made a special cause of this. I see their accountability reports as I travel around the world, and Jeff, we’re very, very appreciative to CNN for their commitment to this cause. Thank you, all of you.

      There are members of the diplomatic corps here, and that is absolutely vital to us because international cooperation is the key to our being able to have an impact and make progress, and we are.

      There are leaders from civil society here, and they are, all of them, bolstering the networks that are being built around the world to try to fight back, increasingly creating sophisticated strategies, and that’s the only way we’re going to succeed in this battle. It’s a battle against money, it’s a battle against evil, and it’s quite remarkable that in the year 2015, we face a modern version of slavery, something we actually fought a civil war over here in this country. It is vital for us to be able to push back against this.

      I am particularly grateful to the entire Trafficking in Persons team who stood up a few moments ago. I’m grateful to Kari Johnstone, who has been the acting director, and Sarah Sewall, who has overall supervisory responsibilities for this task. But it’s really a task that is brought together by every division, every office, every mission of the entire State Department.

      This report is the product of really an entire year-long effort. These folks will leave here today and they begin on next year’s report. And it is a constant process of following up with the employees at our diplomatic posts around the world, gathering facts, information, and helping to lay it out. And this report is important because it really is one of the best means that we have as individuals to speak up for adults and children who lack any effective platform whatsoever through which they are able to speak for themselves. Because of its credibility, this report is also a source of validation and inspiration to activists on every single continent who are striving to end this scourge of modern slavery.

      For more: http://www.state.gov/secretary/remarks/2015/07/245298.htm

  3. President Obama’s Nairobi and Ethiopia Itinerary

    Monday, July 27th

    President Obama holds a bilateral meeting with Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn
    National Palace, Addidas Ababa, Ethiopia

    President Obama holds a bilateral meeting with Ethiopian President Mulatu Teshome
    National Palace, Addidas Ababa, Ethiopia

    President Obama holds a multilateral meeting on South Sudan and counterterrorism issues with Kenya, Sudan, Ethiopia, the African Union and Uganda
    Sheraton Addis, Addidas Ababa, Ethiopia

    President Obama joins Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn of Ethiopia for a a press conference
    National Palace, Addidas Ababa, Ethiopia

    President Obama attends a State Dinner with Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn
    National Palace, Addidas Ababa, Ethiopia

    • 3:50 AM ET
      President Obama holds a bilateral meeting with Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn
      National Palace, Addidas Ababa, Ethiopia

    • 5:15 AM ET
      President Obama holds a bilateral meeting with Ethiopian President Mulatu Teshome
      National Palace, Addidas Ababa, Ethiopia

    • July 27, 2015

      Remarks by President Obama Before Multilateral Meeting on South Sudan and Counterterrorism Issues

      Sheraton Hotel
      Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

      3:37 P.M. EAT

      PRESIDENT OBAMA: Well, let me just express my appreciation to the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Prime Minister Hailemariam, as well as all the leaders represented here. They have shown extraordinary leadership in trying to address the continuing situation in South Sudan, and this gives me and the U.S. delegation an opportunity to learn from them what progress has been made, where there appears to be continued roadblocks, and how we can partner with them to make progress.

      So I want to thank IGAD for the outstanding work they’re doing, the African Union for their leadership as well. And as a consequence of this discussion, our hope is, is that we can actually bring about the kind of peace that the people of South Sudan so desperately need.

      Thank you very much, everybody.

      END
      3:38 P.M. EAT

    • July 27, 2015

      Remarks by President Obama and Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn of Ethiopia in Joint Press Conference

      National Palace
      Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

      1:47 P.M. EAT

      PRIME MINISTER HAILEMARIAM: Members of the press, ladies and gentlemen, I would like to once again welcome His Excellency, the President of the United States of America, to Ethiopia. We are honored to receive a sitting U.S. President for the first time in the history of our century-long diplomatic relations. But again, we believe it’s fitting and appropriate in the light of the fact that Ethiopia is the Cradle of Mankind, the beacon light for African independence, and an inspiration for all the black people’s struggles, and the political capital of Africa.

      Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee — (laughter) — and with so many firsts to its name, and as such a first and historic visit by the first U.S. President of African origin, I believe it’s a well-deserved one. His visit comes at a time when both Africa and Ethiopia are registering impressive growth, making important strides. For Ethiopia, the economy has registered double-digit growth for the last 12 years, uninterruptedly.

      His visit also comes at a time when we’re working hard in improving governance and fighting insecurity, conflicts and terrorism. His visit could not have come at a better time, as the leader of the most powerful nation on Earth, diplomatically, economically, and more importantly, in science and technology and education — the very things Africa and Ethiopia need in abundance if they are to sustain their growth. President Obama’s visit represents a new height in our bilateral relations.

      This morning, we have had extensive bilateral discussions with President Obama on a range of topics. We have discussed ways of further deepening our bilateral relations and our cooperation on a number of issues. Among the areas we have discussed, we talked at length about the U.S. support in helping expand trade and investment in Ethiopia.

      As you know, the U.S. is Ethiopia’s strategic partner in many fields. And the steady of flow of quality investment from the United States, as much as we crave it, though the recent beginning is so encouraging, has often been in short supply. We have discussed, among other things, how to encourage U.S. investors to come to Ethiopia in large numbers, where there are numerous competitive and comparative advantages they can benefit from.

      For more: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2015/07/27/remarks-president-obama-and-prime-minister-hailemariam-desalegn-ethiopia

    • July 27, 2015

      Toast Remarks by President Obama and Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn of Ethiopia at State Dinner

      National Palace
      Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

      8:02 P.M. EAT

      PRIME MINISTER HAILEMARIAM: Your Excellency, the President of the United States of America, Mr. Barack Obama, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen: In the history of the relationship by Ethiopia and the United States of America, this is an exceptional occasion. Never before did we have the opportunity to be able to welcome a sitting President of the United States for an official visit to Ethiopia.

      And, Mr. President, we welcome you and all the members of your delegation to Ethiopia with open arms. (Applause.) Your visit is a mark of the long friendship between our two countries and our two peoples — a friendship that I am certain will be further enhanced in the future. It shows the strengths and depths of the diplomatic and cultural relations we enjoy today, and underlines our hopes for the future.

      Mr. President, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, our links were formally established at the beginning of the last century when a treaty of commerce was signed during the reign of Emperor Menelik and President Theodore Roosevelt administration in 1903. Since then, and even earlier, the United States provided an inspiration for the advancement of science and technology, and indeed, of democracy and good governance.

      Ethiopia, similarly, as the only surviving vessel of freedom and independence in Africa, offered an inspiration to many in America. It was a source of inspiration for a great African American thinker and philosopher, Du Bois, as well as more recently, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. And many saw a source of enlightenment in the spirit of Ethiopia. They saw the courageous struggle of Ethiopia as the symbol of the struggle of the whole community of Africans across the world for civil liberty, equality, and freedom.

      For more: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2015/07/27/toast-remarks-president-obama-and-prime-minister-hailemariam-desalegn

  4. U.S. Capital Equipment Orders Rise for Second Time This Year

    July 27, 2015 by Sho Chandra — bloomberg

    Orders for business equipment rose in June for just the second time this year as U.S. factories start to regain their footing after a weak spell.

    Bookings for non-military capital goods excluding aircraft climbed 0.9 percent last month after decreasing 0.4 percent in May, data from the Commerce Department showed Monday in Washington. Orders for all durable goods — items meant to last at least three years — increased 3.4 percent, propelled by a rebound in the volatile aircraft category.

    Business investment is projected to improve as the energy industry adjusts to lower prices and companies look to expand, cushioning the hit from cooling foreign economies and a stronger dollar that will probably continue to damp sales of American-made goods. U.S. consumer spending on big-ticket items such as automobiles, fueled by strong hiring and gains in housing.

    ‘We’re seeing domestic activity continue to push through, despite the headwinds of sluggish global growth and the strong U.S. dollar,’’ said Gregory Daco, head of U.S. macroeconomics at Oxford Economics USA Inc. in New York, who correctly projected the gain in total orders. “That should allow the economy to move forward at a decent pace.”

    For more: http://news.yahoo.com/orders-us-durable-goods-jump-3-4-percent-123213731–finance.html;_ylt=AwrXgiNvPbZVoxIAazTQtDMD;_ylu=X3oDMTByb2lvbXVuBGNvbG8DZ3ExBHBvcwMxBHZ0aWQDBHNlYwNzcg–

  5. White House Champions of Change – Disability Advocates Across Generations

    Published on Jul 27, 2015

    In honor of the 25th anniversary of the ADA, the White House hosts a champions of change event celebrating disability advocates across generations. July 27, 2015.

  6. Boy Scouts of America end total ban on gay adults

    5/27/15 By DAVID CRARY – Associated Press

    NEW YORK (AP) — The Boy Scouts of America on Monday ended its blanket ban on gay adult leaders while allowing church-sponsored Scout units to maintain the exclusion for religious reasons.

    The new policy, aimed at easing a controversy that has embroiled the Boy Scouts for years, takes effect immediately. It was approved by the BSA’s National Executive Board on a 45-12 vote during a closed-to-the-media teleconference.

    “For far too long this issue has divided and distracted us,” said the BSA’s president, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates. “Now it’s time to unite behind our shared belief in the extraordinary power of Scouting to be a force for good.”

    Initial reactions to the decision from groups on both sides suggested the issue would remain divisive.

    For more: http://news.yahoo.com/boy-scout-board-approves-end-blanket-ban-gay-232217050.html

  7. WH

    Tuesday, July 28, 2015

    All Times Eastern

    3:05 AM
    President Obama participates in a civil society event
    Sheraton Addis, Addidas Ababa, Ethiopia

    4:00 AM
    4:05 AM
    President Obama tours Faffa Foods
    Faffa Foods, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    5:00 AM
    5:05 AM
    President Obama holds a bilateral meeting with African Union Commission Chairperson Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma
    African Union, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    6:00 AM
    6:30 AM
    President Obama delivers remarks to the People of Africa
    African Union, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    7:00 AM
    8:00 AM
    8:20 AM
    President Obama departs Addis en route Ramstein, Germany
    Bole International Airport, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    9:00 AM
    10:00 AM
    11:00 AM
    12:00 PM
    1:00 PM
    2:00 PM
    3:00 PM
    3:50 PM
    President Obama arrives in Ramstein, Germany and Air Force One refuels
    Ramstein Air Base, Germany

    4:00 PM
    5:00 PM
    5:50 PM
    President Obama departs Ramstein Air Base en route Washington, DC
    Ramstein Air Base – Germany

    6:00 PM
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  8. President Obama’s Kenya and Ethiopia Itinerary

    Tuesday, July 28th

    President Obama participates in a civil society event
    Sheraton Addis, Addidas Ababa, Ethiopia

    President Obama tours Faffa Foods
    Faffa Foods, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    President Obama holds a bilateral meeting with African Union Commission Chairperson Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma
    African Union, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    President Obama delivers remarks to the People of Africa
    African Union, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    • President Obama participates in a civil society event
      Sheraton Addis, Addidas Ababa, Ethiopia

    • July 28, 2015

      Remarks by President Obama during Tour of Faffa Food Factory

      Faffa Food Factory
      Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

      11:34 A.M. EAT

      PRESIDENT OBAMA: (In progress) — is something called Feed the Future. And the goal is to drastically increase the productivity of a small group of farmers all throughout Africa. Because what we know is, is that a huge percentage of Africans are still getting their incomes from agriculture, and most of them are very small plots and not a lot of technology and not a lot of — but with just a few smart interventions, a little bit of help, they can make huge improvements in their overall deal.

      So I don’t know if everybody was able to hear, but one of our farmers who is part of this program increased their yields threefold. So this used to be corn that she was able to produce; here is the corn she’s producing now — you get three times the yield, not only did she get more income to build a new house and get some more clothes, she also was able to buy a cow, which, in turns, obviously gives her additional resources to support her family. She’s now able to send her children to school.

      And what Feed the Future is doing is not just helping the farmer to increase their yield, now what we’re also able to do is to then connect the small farmer to factories like this one so that they have a market and they’re able to sell their products for a fair price.

      For more: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2015/07/28/remarks-president-obama-during-tour-faffa-food-factory

    • The President Holds a Bilateral Meeting with the African Union Headquarters Chairperson

      Published on Jul 28, 2015

      President Obama delivers remarks in a bilateral meeting with African Union Headquarters Chairperson Dr. Dlamini Zuma. July 28, 2015.

    • July 28, 2015

      Remarks by President Obama to the People of Africa

      Mandela Hall
      African Union Headquarters
      Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

      2:07 P.M. EAT

      THE PRESIDENT: Thank you. (Applause.) Thank you so much. Madam Chairwoman, thank you so much for your kind words and your leadership. To Prime Minister Hailemariam, and the people of Ethiopia — once again, thank you for your wonderful hospitality and for hosting this pan-African institution. (Applause.) To members of the African Union, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen — thank you for welcoming me here today. It is a great honor to be the first President of the United States to address the African Union. (Applause.)

      I’m grateful for this opportunity to speak to the representatives of more than one billion people of the great African continent. (Applause.) We’re joined today by citizens, by leaders of civil society, by faith communities, and I’m especially pleased to see so many young people who embody the energy and optimism of today’s Africa. Hello! Thank you for being here. (Applause.)

      I stand before you as a proud American. I also stand before you as the son of an African. (Applause.) Africa and its people helped to shape America and allowed it to become the great nation that it is. And Africa and its people have helped shape who I am and how I see the world. In the villages in Kenya where my father was born, I learned of my ancestors, and the life of my grandfather, the dreams of my father, the bonds of family that connect us all as Africans and Americans.

      As parents, Michelle and I want to make sure that our two daughters know their heritage — European and African, in all of its strengths and all of its struggle. So we’ve taken our daughters and stood with them on the shores of West Africa, in those doors of no return, mindful that their ancestors were both slaves and slave owners. We’ve stood with them in that small cell on Robben Island where Madiba showed the world that, no matter the nature of his physical confinement, he alone was the master of his fate. (Applause.) For us, for our children, Africa and its people teach us a powerful lesson — that we must uphold the inherent dignity of every human being.

      Dignity — that basic idea that by virtue of our common humanity, no matter where we come from, or what we look like, we are all born equal, touched by the grace of God. (Applause.) Every person has worth. Every person matters. Every person deserves to be treated with decency and respect. Throughout much of history, mankind did not see this. Dignity was seen as a virtue reserved to those of rank and privilege, kings and elders. It took a revolution of the spirit, over many centuries, to open our eyes to the dignity of every person. And around the world, generations have struggled to put this idea into practice in laws and in institutions.

      So, too, here in Africa. This is the cradle of humanity, and ancient African kingdoms were home to great libraries and universities. But the evil of slavery took root not only abroad, but here on the continent. Colonialism skewed Africa’s economy and robbed people of their capacity to shape their own destiny. Eventually, liberation movements grew. And 50 years ago, in a great burst of self-determination, Africans rejoiced as foreign flags came down and your national flags went up. (Applause.) As South Africa’s Albert Luthuli said at the time, “the basis for peace and brotherhood in Africa is being restored by the resurrection of national sovereignty and independence, of equality and the dignity of man.”

      For more: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2015/07/28/remarks-president-obama-people-africa

  9. July 28, 2015

    Statement by the Press Secretary on H.R. 2499

    On Tuesday, July 28, 2015, the President signed into law:

    H.R. 2499, the “Veterans Entrepreneurship Act of 2015,” which prohibits the Small Business Administration (SBA) from collecting a guarantee fee in connection with an express loan made under its 7(a) Loan Program to a veteran or spouse of a veteran; and increases lending authority for SBA’s 7(a) Loan Program for FY 2015 from $18.75 billion to $23.5 billion.

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