Alternative performance measures and definitions

Alternative performance measures are used to describe the development of operations and to enhance comparability between periods.

These are not defined under IFRS but correspond to the methods applied by executive management and the Board of Directors to measure the company’s financial performance. Alternative performance measures should not be viewed as a substitute for financial information presented in accordance with IFRS but rather as a complement.

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