In order to ensure optimal access and usage of this site, the explanations given below shall introduce you to the various service features available. To facilitate orientation we have grouped the information according to major categories:
- “Navigation” provides information on how to access different content areas of the Report,
- “Page-specific features” offers information on features which are offered depending on the content of the respective page and are therefore not permanently available.
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The navigational tree on the left is the main point of access to the contents of the Report. At the top level of the tree are the most important general subjects. More specific subjects are linked to them in a reader-friendly fashion following the same order as the print version of the report, just move from the top level down to up to five sub-levels. Arrows point to further sub-levels. Further navigation options available are:
- Full-text search engine displaying search results in the navigational tree
- Links in text passages and HTML tables
This feature enables you to search the whole report for words or phrases. Each hit is highlighted in the navigational tree. The text referring to the first search result will be displayed immediately and each hit is highlighted in the text of the relevant page thus making a quick locating possible. You can browse the search results consecutively by pressing the navigational buttons at the top of each of the pages shown. All the search result links remain intact when navigating through them. After viewing the search results in the original document, you may return to subject navigation by clicking on any of the entries on the navigational tree which are not highlighted.
Use of search operators
Using a compound search term by means of logical operators allows a complex search. The following operators can be used:
“and” – Entering of two or more search items separated only by blank space allows search of pages containing all of the sought items.
“or” – Entering the “|” operator allows the search for documents containing one or several of the search items.
“not” – By entering the “-” operator (minus) a certain item can be excluded from the search.
Another possibility to read the Report is to browse in succession through its pages by starting from any page. This is facilitated by the buttons ( page x/x ) on the top right-hand side of any of the Report’s pages which are pointing to the browsing direction.
The sitemap lists all pages and sub-pages that are available in the online Report, displayed according to the site structure.
Click here to print the content of the relevant page; the print preview is displayed in a new browser window. As an option, you may choose to print without - toner-saving - images.
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The tables on the page may be viewed in xls format in a new window.