Thanks for the reply. I found the answer to the other part of my question in the annual report.Assuming that I am reading this correctly:In 1999, the joint venture made up 12.1% of net income before taxes.In 2000, the joint venture made up 39.4% of net income before taxes.So if this is right, you are correct in stating that the revenue from this venture is quite substantial. While the popularity of WWF games has waned a little recently, I believe that total sales should remain quite strong throughout 2002 due to growth in the console market. In other words, I expect the WWF-"slice of the pie" to shrink a little with respect to the rest of the pie, but the pie itself should grow considerably as more game consoles are purchased.
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