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Colin Douglas' Soundings "Totally transforming Auchendreich" (16th
2006) refers to figures of “£30m ( €23m and $16m)".
The conversions into euro and US dollars should be €45m and $57m
I suspect that the figures were obtained by using inverted conversion
€30m equals £20m and $30m equals £16m. This conversion error would have
hugely increased the Texas based company's profit margin – from $16m to
References www.xe.com Universal Currency Converter using mid-market rates on 24th