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In some instances in the past, the Company has provided long-term or short-term financing to facilitate early com- mencement or efficient continuation of a project. The Company believes that providing such financing enhances its ability to obtain more profitable construction contracts. The continuation of such financing is contingent upon the financial position and operating results of the Company. After a proposal has been accepted, a formal contract is negotiated with the customer. The Company is normally the prime contractor on any work it undertakes. The Company assigns a project manager and a field superintendent to maintain close contact with the customer and its engineers, to supervise personnel and the relocation, purchase, lease and maintenance of equipment and to schedule and monitor the Company's operations.

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Management believes that the Company competes effectively on the basis of the foregoing factors and that the Company's relative competitive position in its Caribbean markets is favorable. Other Operations Marina Two subsidiaries of the Company own a Virgin Islands general partnership formed in to construct and operate a marina on a 4. The lease is for a term of 20 years commencing in and contains a renewal option for an additional 10 years. The Company originally owned fifty percent of the marina partnership. It acquired management control of the marina in and acquired its partners fifty percent interest in The marina facility contains retail and office space, a fuel farm and 96 slips for boats ranging in size from 15 to feet in length.

Discontinued Operations In Septembera subsidiary of the Company obtained a minority interest in a partnership engaged in the manufacture, sale and distribution of acoustical ceiling tiles. In January an Antiguan subsidiary of the Company became the new general partner and the Company's ownership interest in the partnership was increased to The directors' ownership interest was reduced to 6. In November the Company elected to dispose of this operation because of its poor operating results and uncertain prospects for improvement. Accordingly, at December 31,the intended disposal has been accounted for as a discontinued operation.

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The Company elected to reconsolidate the marina operation into its financial statements as of September 30,primarily because the Company believed it would take a significant amount of time to dispose of the marina in the current real estate market. Tax Exemptions and Benefits The Company for a number of years has benefitted from having a substantial part of the earnings of its offshore operations taxed at rates lower than United States statutory Federal income tax rates due to tax exemptions and lower prevailing tax rates offshore. The United States Virgin Islands Industrial Development Commission "IDC" and the Government of Antigua have granted the Company certain tax exemptions that exempt a larger portion of the earnings of the Company's offshore operations from tax in the United States Virgin Islands and Antigua through andas more fully described below.

In Aprilthe IDC granted a subsidiary of the Company a year tax exemption expiring inpursuant to which, and subject to certain conditions and exceptions, the Company's i production and sale of ready-mix concrete; ii production and sale of concrete block on St. Johns and outside of the Virgin Islands; iii production and sale of sand and aggregate; and iv bagging of cement from imported bulk cement, are percent exempt from all United States Virgin Islands real property, gross receipts currently set at 4 percent and excise taxes, 90 percent exempt from United States Virgin Islands income taxes, and approximately 83 percent exempt from United States Virgin Islands custom duties. In Januarythe Company received a five year extension, through Aprilof its previously granted benefits.

In partial consideration for the Company's work on a major contract, the Government of Antigua granted two subsidiaries of the Company a year tax holiday effective January 1, and expiring on December 31, from all taxes due i in connection with the Company's construction contract with Antigua to, among other things, dredge St. John's harbor, ii as a result of the Company's participation in a joint venture to develop acres of vacant land as well as 20, square feet of commercial property in Antigua; and iii in connection with the Company's sale of concrete and related products in Antigua. The tax holiday also exempted the Company from certain accrued tax liabilities.

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