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Hi Wariot - your best bet on raw data is to go to the company website, click on the investor relations site, and pull up the most recent annual report. I believe you can also get your hand on 20-F filings at most company websites, which is the equivalent of the annual 10-K domestic filing and usually has very useful details on translating financials (at least the most current year) into US$ and certain US GAAP figures as well,if you like to put the figures into a domestic context...
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