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What does OEI stand for?

OEI stands for Outside Equity Interest

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Operating Contribution 31/12/06 31/12/05 %+/- PGM Ounces Attributable production 277,156 191,315 45% Profit US$'000 Kroondal 77,140 40,982 88% Marikana 14,179 1,388 922% Everest 49,321 - - Mimosa 41,381 12,299 236% CTRP 1,739 336 418% Other/Corporate (4,776) (2,971) 61% Net Profit before tax 178,984 52,034 244% Tax (expense)/credit (46,175) (12,581) 267% Net profit after tax 132,809 39,453 237% Outside equity interest (47,438) (13,538) 250% Net profit attributable to members 85,371 25,915 229% The prices for platinum group metals showed healthy gains over the period, with the PGM basket price (platinum, palladium, rhodium and gold) in South Africa averaging $1,299 per PGM ounce across the operations, an increase of 48% compared to the previous corresponding period.
Cash earnings before significant items, which do not include charges for amortisation, asset revaluation, distribution payments and outside equity interests, grew 5.
Nonetheless, while the form, timing, and success of any outside equity interest can not be determined at this point, Fitch believes that the status quo is untenable if GM seeks to restore GMAC's cost-effective access to liquidity, and some action or combination of actions is likely to occur.
In addition, outside equity interests in the project, totalling A$38 million have been written off; -- write-down of A$42 million relating to offshore regional exploration and development; -- write-down of A$30 million on the Bronzewing mine property; and -- provision for A$20 million against the investment in TVX Gold Inc listed shares, reflecting the market price following a reconstruction scheme implemented in June 2001; partly offset by: -- a net gain of A$14.