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The statement that follows about Timber Company appeared in a financial magazine: The land and timber holdings are now carried on the company's books at a mere S100 million (U.S.). The value of the timber alone is variously estimated at $1 billion to $3 billion and is rising all the time. The understatement is pretty severe, conceded company management, who noted, "We have a whole stream of profit nobody sees and there is no way to show it on our books."
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Act as an analyst and discuss the financial reporting issues. Assume that this is a public company.


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