Date: 3/3/2022 Form: 6-K - Report of foreign issuer [Rules 13a-16 and 15d-16]
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Washington, D.C. 20549

Form 6-K


For the month of March 2022

Commission File Number: 001-40649

REE Automotive Ltd.
(Translation of registrant's name into English)

18 Shenkar Street
Herzliya, Israel
(Address of principal executive office)

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On March 3, 2022, REE Automotive Ltd. ("REE”) issued a press release entitled "REE Automotive Announces Fourth Quarter 2021 Financial Results,” in which REE reported its financial results for the fourth quarter of 2021. A copy of that press release is furnished as Exhibit 99.1 hereto.


Exhibit No. Description
99.1 Press release of REE Automotive Ltd., dated March 3, 2022.


Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the undersigned, thereunto duly authorized.

      REE Automotive Ltd.    
Date: March 3, 2022     /s/ David Goldberg    
  David Goldberg
  Chief Financial Officer


REE Automotive Announces Fourth Quarter 2021 Financial Results

Business plan on track towards firm orders and start of production

TEL AVIV, Israel, March 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- REE Automotive Ltd. (NASDAQ: REE) ("REE” or the "Company”), an automotive technology leader and provider of electric vehicle (EV) platforms, today announced its financial results for the fourth quarter of 2021. REE is focused on executing milestone deliverables on its signed strategic collaborations relating to various types of commercial delivery vehicles and people movers, with capabilities to integrate multiple levels of autonomy.

Daniel Barel, REE’s Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer said: "In 2019 and 2020, we focused on enhancing our capabilities, expanding our addressable market, validating our technology and building our supply chain. In 2021, we continued these efforts and began building out our partner ecosystem. The numerous milestones and strategic collaborations achieved over the past year established the foundation for an exciting next twelve months as we move towards establishing our production capabilities and commercializing our products. With the upcoming commencement of commercial trials for the P7 platform, REE is one step closer to obtaining order commitments and serial production. Additionally, we continue to advance other initiatives to lead the transformation of the automotive space with our REEcorner™ technology to enable a new generation of vehicles Powered by REE.”

Commercial Developments & Outlook

Throughout 2021, REE actively executed its business plan, establishing numerous strategic collaborations with industry leaders as it expanded its our footprint across segments. The REEcorner™, a compact module that integrates critical powertrain components in the corner between the wheel and the chassis, together with REE’s drive-brake-steer-by wire ("x-by-wire”) technology, enable REE to offer the industry’s flattest, most modular vehicle platform. This enables fleet owners and mission specific companies to design commercial EVs that are optimized for their requirements, with lower TCO and higher volumetric efficiency.

After validating our REEcorner™ technology and building our supply chain in 2019 and 2020, REE focused on expanding its market footprint and building a partner ecosystem in 2021 to enable and accelerate adoption of the Company’s products. This includes collaborations with partners not only to develop full vehicle offerings, but also provide a comprehensive ecosystem of enabling capabilities and services, such as vehicle financing, charging infrastructure, aftersales & service as well as Data-as-a-Service ("DaaS”), for a full turn-key solution intended to enable and expedite a smooth transition for our customers from ICE to EV fleets.

The Company expects to continue executing on its commercial programs, including the delivery of full vehicle prototypes for non-public road tests, which REE expects to be followed by initial firm orders, and public road testing. REE continues progress on homologation activities according to schedule at both the component and system level. Full vehicle level validation & homologation are currently scheduled to begin mid-year in collaboration with our partners. REE is also building its production capabilities to support serial production in 2023.

Progress on selected collaborations and other R&D projects is provided below.

P7 Modular Platform

Fully flat from end-to-end, the P7 platform offers REE’s greatest interior space and volumetric efficiency for class 3-5 vehicles. Supporting up to 8,800 lbs. in maximum payload, REE’s unique technology allows for up to 35% more cargo space for a given footprint than comparable commercial vehicles and is designed to significantly reduce development times of electric commercial models. The P7 is suited for applications across commercial trucks, school buses, walk-in-vans and recreational vehicles.

The Company announced in January 2022 that it started validation of the P7 platform and anticipates multiple body designs of full vehicle prototypes will be available for its pipeline customers to validate on private roads in the U.S. and Europe in mid-2022 with first orders expected towards the end of the year.

The company also expects to establish a global service network with Data-as-a-Service capabilities by the end of 2022. This global network, in collaboration with leading after sales & service partners, is expected to include technician training, maintenance & repair services including proprietary REEcorner swaps, parts distribution, and fleet management services.

We have ongoing P7 programs with various counterparties:

Leading Logistics Company

One P7 variant is based on functional and operational specifications from a leading logistics company. We expect full vehicle customer validation on private roads in the U.S. mid-2022.

J.B. Poindexter

REE signed a strategic collaboration with EAVX, an EV-focused business unit of JB Poindexter & Co. (the parent company of Morgan Olson, a leading producer of walk-in van bodies in North America), to develop commercial electric vehicles ‘Powered by REE’ for the North American market, based on REE’s P7 platform. In Q1, REE started delivering prototypes to EAVX for upfitting advanced top hats for private road validation mid-year.

Global Commercial Vehicle OEM

In mid-2021 REE signed a joint development agreement with a leading global commercial vehicle OEM to jointly develop a Class 4 electrified P7 platform for commercial trucks, school buses, walk-in-vans and recreational vehicles. During the joint development phase, REE and the global commercial vehicle OEM expect to enter into a supply agreement for REE to supply its REEcornerTM for a dedicated new EV chassis of the OEM in the U.S. and Canada.


REE has entered into a strategic collaboration agreement with Navya (EPA: NAVYA) which is currently active with autonomous vehicles in 23 countries, to collaborate in the development of a L4 autonomous system based on P7 corners ‘Powered by REE’ and driven by Navya.

Previously announced progress

In November 2021, REE nominated American Axle & Manufacturing to supply a high-performance 3-in-1 propulsion system and Brembo to co-develop and supply a braking system. REE intends to use Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) and Analytics-as-a-Service (AaaS) capabilities currently under development in collaboration with Hitachi America, Ltd. in the P7 platform to provide intelligence and actionable insights into fleet operations and offer fleet owners complete visibility over their operations, allowing faster time to market, lower total ownership costs and a suite of lifecycle service. Further details about the P7 platform can be found on REE’s website.

Other ongoing platform and program activity:


In early January 2022, REE and Hino Motors ("Hino”), a subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation and a global leader in heavy & medium duty trucks, jointly exhibited their concept model EV platform, the FlatFormer, at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. FlatFormer leverages REE’s innovative REEcorner™ technology, which allows the critical drive components to reside between the wheel and the chassis, thus creating a fully flat chassis. The FlatFormer will be capable of carrying a customized Mobility Service Module that can transport passengers and goods and deliver services. The Mobility Service Module can be easily detached from the EV platform and once detached, can serve as an independent, stand-alone unit, leaving the platform to be operated separately and continue on its next mission.

REE and Hino anticipate that FlatFormer prototypes will be produced in 2022.


In November 2021, REE unveiled its autonomous concept vehicle based on the Company’s modular EV platform design based on interest from potential customers. The full-scale concept is geared for customers seeking to offer fully autonomous delivery solutions, including, delivery fleet operators, e-retailers and technology companies. REE’s technology will be seamlessly integrated with any top hat and autonomous hardware. Leopard is designed to carry significantly more cargo due to its low, flat floor.

Magna International

In April 2021, REE secured a strategic collaboration agreement with Magna International, the world’s largest vehicle contract manufacturer, with the goal of bringing to market innovative, full-fledged modular EVs under the ‘Powered by REE’ brand for tech companies and new electric mobility players. The companies are jointly exploring future vehicle development opportunities across a variety of use cases, including Mobility-as-a-Service in the light commercial vehicle market.

Hitachi America, Ltd

In December 2021, REE announced a newly-formed strategic collaboration with Hitachi America, Ltd. ("Hitachi”), a subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., to ease and accelerate the adoption of EVs across the entire EV value chain, including enabling EV manufacturing at scale, delivering commercial vehicle charging infrastructure and energy management, and providing comprehensive digital fleet management and operations for full visibility across EV fleets as organizations transition over the next decade. Hitachi and REE will work to accelerate the development of advanced digital solutions for REE customers by co-creating a highly scalable DaaS and AaaS platform with the goal of enabling next-generation connected commercial EVs. This could also provide an additional revenue stream for REE in the future.

Supply Chain Developments:

In November 2021, REE nominated American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings Inc. ("AAM”), a leading global automotive supplier of driveline technologies, to supply a jointly developed compact, high-performance 3-in-1 electric drive unit ("EDU”) which includes motor, inverter, and gear box for the REEcorner™ module, with initial application in the P7 delivery van program. In January, REE and AAM displayed an EDU system and jointly hosted an event at CES to discuss how their collaboration is well positioned to take advantage of the fast-growing electrification market. Materials presented during the event can be access here.

In addition, REE nominated Brembo, a global leader in brake technology, to jointly develop and supply a braking system for REEcorners™ and EV platforms with initial focus on the P7 delivery van program.

Operational Developments

In February 2021, REE established its Engineering Center of Excellence in the UK to commercialize REE’s products and manufacturing capabilities with state-of-the-art testing and engineering equipment. The Engineering Center is spearheading REEcorner™ and EV platform engineering design, validation, verification and testing, as well as product homologation. In August 2021, REE announced that its REEcorner™ technology was awarded $17 million of funding from the UK government.

REE is building its first Integration Center and highly automated launch factory in Coventry, UK in 2022, and plans to open an asset-light Integration Center in Austin, TX in 2023. The Company anticipates that it will have an initial capacity to produce 10,000 vehicle sets by the end of 2022, ramping up to 20,000 vehicle sets by the end of 2023. REE’s CapEx-light, asset-light production approach is based on leveraging its global network of Tier 1 partners’ manufacturing capacity, with full point-of-sale component assembly and testing set to take place in REE’s Integration Centers. REE’s CapEx-light manufacturing approach and Integration Centers are designed to enable the company to remain a comparatively asset-light enterprise, helping to increase operating margins and ROI and reduce the carbon footprint of its operations.

Financial Highlights & Outlook

Webcast and Conference Call Information

The Company will host a conference call at 8:00 a.m. Eastern Time on Thursday, March 3, 2022 to discuss results, recent developments and the Company’s commercial roadmap. This press release and the accompanying presentation materials will be accessible from the Company’s website prior to the conference call at

Individuals wishing to participate in the webcast can access the event at the Company’s website by visiting the Investors section of the Company’s website at The conference call will be accessible domestically or internationally, by dialing 646-741-3167 or +44 (0) 2071928338, respectively. Upon dialing in, please provide your details and request to join the REE Automotive Fourth Quarter 2021 Earnings Conference Call or reference conference code 5167698.

The call will be recorded, and a replay will be available to interested parties on REE’s Investors website at

Use of Non-GAAP Financial Measures

The Company has disclosed financial measurements in this press release that present financial information considered to be non-GAAP financial measures. These measurements are not a substitute for GAAP measurements, although the Company’s management uses these measurements as an aid in monitoring the Company’s on-going financial performance. Non-GAAP research and development, non-GAAP selling, general and administrative expenses and non-GAAP operating expenses exclude the impact of stock-based compensation. Non-GAAP net loss and non-GAAP loss per share also exclude non-recurring or unusual items that are considered by management to be outside the Company’s standard operations and certain non-cash items. Adjusted EBITDA is a non-GAAP financial measurement that is considered by management to be useful in comparing the profitability among companies by reflecting operating results of the Company excluding such items.

There are limitations associated with the use of non-GAAP financial measures, including that such measures may not be comparable to similarly titled measures used by other companies due to potential differences among calculation methodologies. Thus, there can be no assurance whether (i) items excluded from the non-GAAP financial measures will occur in the future or (ii) there will be cash costs associated with items excluded from the non-GAAP financial measures. The Company compensates for these limitations by using these non-GAAP financial measures as supplements to GAAP financial measures and by providing the reconciliations for the non-GAAP financial measures to their most comparable GAAP financial measures. Investors should consider adjusted measures in addition to, and not as a substitute for, or superior to, financial performance measures prepared in accordance with GAAP.

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Condensed Consolidated Statements of Operations
U.S. dollars in thousands (except share and per share data)

 Three Months Ended Twelve Months Ended
 December 31,
 September 30,
 December 31,
 December 31,
 December 31,
Revenues$  $  $52  $6  $388 
Cost of sales 656   324   78   995   647 
Gross loss (656)  (324)  (26)  (989)  (259)
Operating expenses:         
Research and development expenses, net 23,292   212,438   4,971   252,424   29,589 
Selling, general and administrative expenses 15,538   219,507   5,730   262,083   38,250 
Total operating expenses 38,830   431,945   10,701   514,507   67,839 
Operating loss (39,486)  (432,269)  (10,727)  (515,496)  (68,098)
Income (loss) from warrant revaluation (6,239)  17,263      11,024    
Financial income, net 297   114   8   423   385 
Net loss before income tax (45,428)  (414,892)  (10,719)  (504,049)  (67,713)
Income tax expense 1,223   13      1,281    
Net loss$(46,651) $(414,905) $(10,719) $(505,330) $(67,713)
Net comprehensive loss$(46,651) $(414,905) $(10,719) $(505,330) $(67,713)
Basic and diluted net loss per share$(0.16) $(1.57) $(0.06) $(2.14) $(0.43)
Weighted average number of ordinary shares and preferred shares used in computing basic and diluted net loss per share 284,294,928   264,141,657   166,465,604   235,612,764   155,930,380 

U.S. dollars in thousands (except share and per share data)

 December 31,
 December 31,
Cash and cash equivalents$275,772  $44,707 
Restricted cash 138   800 
Short-term deposits    1,667 
Inventory    271 
Trade receivables    55 
Other accounts receivable and prepaid expenses 12,162   428 
Total current assets 288,072   47,928 
Non-current restricted cash 1,005    
Other accounts receivable 1,184    
Deferred transaction costs    328 
Property and equipment, net 2,675   755 
Total non-current assets 4,864   1,083 
TOTAL ASSETS$292,936  $49,011 
Trade payables$4,538  $970 
Other accounts payable and accrued expenses 16,018   2,260 
Total current liabilities 20,556   3,230 
Deferred revenues 943    
Warrants liability 21,034    
Total non-current liabilities 21,977    
TOTAL LIABILITIES 42,533   3,230 
Ordinary and Preferred shares(1)     
Additional paid-in capital 864,911   154,959 
Accumulated deficit (614,508)  (109,178)
Total shareholders’ equity 250,403   45,781 

(1)   Shares and per share data are presented on a retroactive basis to reflect the stock split following completion of the Merger on July 22, 2021.   

U.S. dollars in thousands

 Twelve Months Ended
December 31,
  2021   2020 
Cash flows from operating activities:   
Net loss$(505,330) $(67,713)
Adjustments to reconcile net loss to net cash used in operating activities:   
Depreciation 484   166 
Capital loss 125   18 
Share-based compensation 448,077   52,763 
Revaluation of warrant liability (11,024)   
Transaction costs related to warrants 2,887    
Decrease in inventory 271   107 
Decrease (increase) in trade receivables 55   (20)
Increase in other accounts receivable and prepaid expenses (12,859)  (137)
Increase (decrease) in deferred revenues 943   (10)
Increase in trade payables 3,782   368 
Increase in other accounts payable and accrued expenses 13,450   1,396 
Net cash used in operating activities (59,139)  (13,062)
Cash flows from investing activities:   
Proceeds from (investments in) bank deposits 1,667   (1,667)
Purchase of property and equipment (2,415)  (595)
Net cash used in investing activities (748)  (2,262)
Cash flows from financing activities:   
Proceeds from issuance of Preferred shares, net    25,825 
Proceeds from exercise of warrants to preferred shares 2,907   7,085 
Proceeds from merger, net of transaction costs 287,579    
Proceeds from exercise of options 809   209 
Net cash provided by financing activities 291,295   33,119 
Increase in cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash 231,408   17,795 
Cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash at beginning of year 45,507   27,712 
Cash, cash equivalents and restricted cash at end of period$276,915  $45,507 

Reconciliation of GAAP Financial Metrics to Non-GAAP
U.S. dollars in thousands (except share and per share data)

Reconciliation of Net Loss to Adjusted EBITDA

 Three Months Ended Twelve months ended
 Dec 31,
 Sep 30,
 Dec 31,
 Dec 31,
 Dec 31,
Net Loss on a GAAP Basis$(46,651) $(414,905) $(10,719) $(505,330) $(67,713)
Financial income, net (297)  (114)  (8)  (423)  (385)
Income tax expense 1,223   13      1,281    
Depreciation and amortization 192   123   51   484   166 
Inventory write-off 251         251    
Loss (income) from warrant valuation 6,239   (17,263)     (11,024)   
Transaction costs related to warrants    2,887      2,887    
Share-based compensation 14,115   409,829   4,723   448,077   52,763 
Adjusted EBITDA(1)$(24,928) $(19,430) $(5,953) $(63,797) $(15,169)

(1)   Adjusted EBITDA excludes adjustments for financial income, net, income tax expense, depreciation, inventory write-off, loss (income) from warrant valuation, transaction costs related to warrants, and share-based compensation.

Reconciliation of GAAP research and development expenses to Non-GAAP research and development expenses; GAAP selling, general, and administrative expenses to Non-GAAP selling, general, and administrative expenses; GAAP operating expenses to Non-GAAP operating expenses; GAAP net loss to Non-GAAP net loss, and GAAP net loss per Share, basic and diluted to Non-GAAP net loss per Share, basic and diluted

 Three Months Ended Twelve months ended
 Dec 31,
 Sep 30,
 Dec 31,
 Dec 31,
 Dec 31,
GAAP cost of sales expenses$656  $324  $78  $995  $647 
Inventory write-off (251)        (251)   
Share-based compensation (128)  (309)     (437)   
Non-GAAP cost of sales expenses 277   15   78   307   647 
GAAP research and development expenses 23,292   212,438   4,971   252,424   29,589 
Share-based compensation (1) (5,559)  (200,194)  (1,845)  (208,935)  (21,419)
Non-GAAP research and development expenses 17,733   12,244   3,126   43,489   8,170 
GAAP selling, general, and administrative expenses 15,538   219,507   5,730   262,083   38,250 
Transaction costs related to warrants    (2,887)     (2,887)   
Share-based compensation (1) (2) (8,428)  (209,326)  (2,878)  (238,705)  (31,344)
Non-GAAP selling, general, and administrative expenses 7,110   7,294   2,852   20,491   6,906 
GAAP operating expenses 38,830   431,945   10,701   514,507   67,839 
Transaction costs related to warrants    (2,887)     (2,887)   
Share-based compensation (1) (2) (13,987)  (409,520)  (4,723)  (447,640)  (52,763)
Non-GAAP operating expenses 24,843   19,538   5,978   63,980   15,076 
GAAP net loss (46,651)  (414,905)  (10,719)  (505,330)  (67,713)
Transaction costs related to warrants    2,887      2,887    
Loss (income) from warrant valuation (3) 6,239   (17,263)     (11,024)   
Share-based compensation 14,115   409,829   4,723   448,077   52,763 
Inventory write-off 251         251    
Non-GAAP net loss$(26,046) $(19,452) $(5,996) $(65,139) $(14,950)
Non-GAAP basic and diluted net loss per share$(0.09) $(0.07) $(0.04) $(0.28) $(0.10)
Weighted average number of ordinary shares and preferred shares used in computing basic and diluted net loss per share 284,294,928   264,141,657   166,465,604   235,612,764   155,930,380 

1)   As disclosed in the Company’s 20-F form filed on July 28, 2021, performance-based options were granted to founders prior to the merger with 10X Capital and were vested at the time of closing. As a result, the Company recorded non-cash share-based compensation expenses in the amount of $194.2 million and $194.2 million in research and development expenses and in selling, general and administrative expenses, respectively for the third quarter of 2021.
2)   In June and August 2021, the Company issued ordinary shares to a strategic partner. For the second and third quarter of 2021, the Company recorded non-cash share-based compensation expenses in the amount of $15.9 million and $3.0 million in selling, general and administrative expenses, respectively.
3)   In July 2021, the Company assumed public and private warrants as part of its merger with 10X Capital. For the fourth quarter of 2021, the change in fair value of the warrants resulted in the Company recording non-cash expense of $6.2 million.

About REE Automotive

REE Automotive (NASDAQ: REE) is an automotive technology leader creating the cornerstone for tomorrow’s zero-emission vehicles. REE’s mission is to empower global mobility companies to build any size or shape of electric or autonomous vehicle – from class 1 through class 6 - for any application and any target market. Our revolutionary, award-winning REEcorner technology packs traditional vehicle drive components (steering, braking, suspension, powertrain and control) into the arch of the wheel, allowing for the industry’s flattest EV platform. Unrestricted by legacy thinking, REE is a truly horizontal player, with technology applicable to the widest range of target markets and applications. Fully scalable and completely modular, REE offers multiple customer benefits including complete vehicle design freedom, more space and volume with the smallest footprint, lower TCO, faster development times, ADAS compatibility, reduced maintenance and global safety standard compliance.

Headquartered in Israel, with subsidiaries in the USA, the UK, Germany, and Japan. REE has a unique CapEx-light manufacturing model that leverages its Tier 1 partners’ existing production lines. REE’s technology, together with their unique value proposition and commitment to excellence, positions REE to break new ground in e-Mobility. For more information visit 

Caution About Forward-Looking Statements

This communication includes forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. All statements, other than statements of historical facts, may be forward-looking statements. Words such as "may,” "will,” "should,” "likely,” "anticipates,” "expects,” "intends,” "plan,” "projects,” "believes,” "views,” "estimates”, "future”, "allow”, "aims”, "strives” "endeavors” and similar expressions are used to identify these forward-looking statements. These statements include, among other things, the Company’s statements about the Company’s strategic and business plans, relationships or outlook, the impact of trends on and interest in its business, intellectual property or product and its future results. These forward-looking statements are based on REE’s expectations and beliefs concerning future events and involve risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ materially from current expectations. These factors are difficult to predict accurately and may be beyond REE’s control. Forward-looking statements in this communication or elsewhere speak only as of the date made and REE undertakes no obligation to update its forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future developments or otherwise, should circumstances change, except as otherwise required by securities and other applicable laws. In light of these risks and uncertainties, investors should keep in mind that results, events or developments discussed in any forward-looking statement made in this communication may not occur. Uncertainties and risk factors that could affect REE’s future performance and cause results to differ from the forward-looking statements in this release include, but are not limited to: REE’s ability to commercialize its strategic plan; REE’s ability to maintain and advance relationships with current Tier 1 suppliers and strategic partners; development of REE’s advanced prototypes into marketable products; REE’s ability to grow and scale manufacturing capacity through relationships with Tier 1 suppliers; REE’s estimates of unit sales, expenses and profitability and underlying assumptions; REE’s reliance on its UK Engineering Center of Excellence for the design, validation, verification, testing and homologation of its products; REE’s limited operating history; risks associated with REE’s commercial production in 2023 and thereafter; REE’s dependence on potential suppliers, some of which will be single or limited source; development of the market for commercial EVs; intense competition in the e-mobility space, including with competitors who have significantly more resources; risks related to the fact that the Company is incorporated in Israel and governed by Israeli law; REE’s ability to make continued investments in its platform; the impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and any other worldwide health epidemics or outbreaks that may arise; the need to attract, train and retain highly-skilled technical workforce; changes in laws and regulations that impact REE; REE’s ability to enforce, protect and maintain intellectual property rights; REE’s ability to retain engineers and other highly qualified employees to further its goals; and other risks and uncertainties set forth in the sections entitled "Risk Factors” and "Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements” in REE’s final prospectus relating to its business combination filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC”) on July 1, 2021 and in subsequent filings with the SEC. While the list of factors discussed above and the list of factors presented in the final prospectus are considered representative, no such list should be considered to be a complete statement of all potential risks and uncertainties. Unlisted factors may present significant additional obstacles to the realization of forward-looking statements.

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