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One part of Koch’s 26-step plan involves a $736 million loan that is passed from company to company until the American branch of a Luxembourg company becomes “both the debtor and creditor of the same debt, which is canceled at the level of the American branch.

Invista S.à.r.l. Invista B.V. Invista B.V. Invista S.à.r.l. (American branch) Invista S.à.r.l. (American branch) Luxembourg Luxembourg U.S. U.S. Luxembourg Luxembourg Netherlands Netherlands allocates $736 million credit allocates $736 million credit turns over $736 million credit turns over $736 million credit turns over $736 million credit turns over $736 million credit in exchange for two €25 shares in exchange for two shares and a premium in exchange for two $50 shares in exchange for two shares and a premium grants a loan of $736 million grants a loan of $736 million KoSa U.S. Investments S.à.r.l. Koch Industries Inc. Koch Industries Inc. owns owns owns owns owns owns owns owns also pays $250 million also pays $250 million in exchange, gets interest-free loan of $736 million in exchange, gets interest-free loan of $736 million PLAY REPLAY