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And with that, it’s my pleasure to turn the call over to Trina Solar’s Chairman and CEO Mr. Jifan Gao for second quarter commercial overview summary.
Thank you Thomas and thank you everyone joining us today. In overview, continued industrial over-capacity and the demand constrains in particular PV market impacted our shipment order. Such industrial environment also led to continued pricing failure in the second quarter which adversely affected our operating margins and the profitability.
Our financial performance was also affected by the equipment and inventory write-downs, AR provisions and FX impact. Market challenges include transitions in traditional feed in tariff markets such as Italy; the US market (inaudible) of ADCVD and project start-up delayed by certain of our US and the China project customers.To address increasing competition in today’s PV commercial environment, we have recently completed a major restructuring of our group sales organization. The company’s revenue operations will be divided into four regions: the Americas, Europe, China and Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa; whereby the four regional leaders will report to me. We expect these changes will accelerate the fall of information required in our day-to-day commercial decision making which lets us better respond to either of our four global revenue regions and expanding global customer base.