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Manilalectric Company and Subsidiaries
Statement of Financial Position
As of Dec.31,2013

Common Size %

2013
2012
2011
ASSETS
Noncurrent Assets
Utility plant and others
Investment in associates and joint ventures
Investment properties
Deferred tax assets- net
Other noncurrent assets- net

42.65
5.08
0.58
2.04
8.94

50.40
0.84
0.75
1.41
4.07

49.98
0.4
0.78
0.34
3.12 Total noncurrent Assets
59.59
57.47
54.63
Current Assets
Cash and cash equivalents
Trade and other receivables
Inventories
Other current assets

22.67
12.39
1.04
4.61

27.89
12.95
0.63
1.06

20.91
13.79
0.79
1.18

Assets of discontinued operations
40.71
0
42.53
0
36.68
8.69 Total current assets
40.71
42.53
45.37
Total assets

EQUITY AND LIABILITIES
Equity Attributabe to Equity Holders of the Parent
Common stock
Subscriptions receivable
Additional paid in capital
Excess of acquisition cost over carrying value of non- controlling interest acquired
Employee stock purchase plan
Unrealized fair value gains on available – for-sale, or AFS, financial assets
Unrealized fair value gains on AFS financial assets of discontinued operations
Share in cumulative translation adjustments of a subsidiary and associates
Cumulative actuarial gains (losses)
Treasury shares
Retained earnings: Appropriated unappropriated

4.27
(0.03)
1.56

(0.12)
39.73

0.4

0

0.15
0.55
(0.004)

4.17
17.50

5.20
(0.1)
1.9

(0.15)
0.48

0.06

0

0.001
0.13
(0.004)

2.77
21.03

5.34
(0.25)
1.9

(0.16)
0.43

0.04

0.006

0.005
(0.79)
(0.004)

2.84
20.02
Equity attributable to equity holders of the parent
Non-controlling Interests
28.47
0.07
31.31
0.11
29.45
2.23 Total Equity
28.54
31.42
31.68

Noncurrent Liabilities
Interest-bearing long-term

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