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The company’s Audit Committee is composed entirely of independent directors. The committee meets at least once each quarter and can convene additional meetings as needed.

The primary responsibilities of the Audit Committee are to assist the Board of Directors in fulfilling its supervisory duties and to review significant discussion items in the “Audit Committee Charter,” and to propose resolutions to the Board of Directors.

Principles of Communication between Independent Directors and Internal Audit Supervisor or Certifying Accountant:

  1. Internal Audit Supervisor: Regularly reports on internal audit business and communicates, guides, and responds as needed through email, telephone, or face-to-face meetings.

  2. Accountant: Reports the audit or review results of the quarterly financial statements during committee meetings and communicates other matters required by relevant laws and regulations. Written communication and discussions are conducted as necessary.

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