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Assets

All numbers in millions of US Dollars
2016 (01/31/17) 2015 (01/31/16) 2014 (01/31/15) 2013 (01/31/14) 2012 (01/31/13)

Current Assets

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Cash and Short-Term Investments – Total 6,867 8,705 9,135
Receivables – Total 5,835 5,624 6,778
Inventories – Total 43,046 44,469 45,141
Current Assets – Other – Total 1,941 1,441 2,224
Current Assets Total
57,689 60,239 63,278

Non-Current Assets

Property Plant and Equipment – Total (Net) 114,178 116,516 116,655
Investment and Advances – Equity -- -- --
Investment and Advances – Other -- 0 0
Intangible Assets – Total 17,037 16,695 18,102
Non-Current Assets – Other – Total 9,921 6,131 5,671
Non–Current Assets Total
141,136 139,342 140,428

ASSETS TOTAL

198,825 199,581 203,706

Liabilities and Shareholders' Equity

All numbers in millions of US Dollars
2016 (01/31/17) 2015 (01/31/16) 2014 (01/31/15) 2013 (01/31/14) 2012 (01/31/13)

Liabilites

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Current Liabilities

Debt in Current Liabilities 3,920 6,004 6,689
Account Payable/Creditors – Trade 41,433 38,487 38,410
Income Taxes Payable 921 521 1,021
Current Liabilities – Other 20,654 19,607 19,152
Current Liabilities Total
66,928 64,619 65,272

Long–Term Liabilities

Long-Term Debt Total 42,018 44,030 43,692
Deferred Taxes and Investment Tax Credit 4,333 3,357 4,671
Liabilities (Other) 5,011 3,964 4,134
Long-Term Liabilities Total
51,362 51,351 52,497
Liabilities Total
118,290 115,970 117,769
Minority Interest – Balance Sheet
0 0 0

Shareholders' Equity

Preferred/Preference Stock (Capital) – Total 0 0 0
Common/Ordinary Equity – Total 77,798 80,546 81,394
Shareholders' Equity Total
77,798 80,546 81,394

LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY TOTAL

198,825 199,581 203,706
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Why is Data Standardization Beneficial?

Companies often present their financial results in a variety of formats, making it difficult to construct parallel company comparisons on an "apples-to-apples" basis. After collecting data from a diverse set of sources, S&P Capital IQ standardizes it by financial statement and by specific data item definition, preparing information so that it is comparable across companies, industries and time periods.

More about data standardization from S&P Capital IQ (PDF)
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