OMRONTo: Berard Katarene, Senior Vice President
Cc: Omron Board of Directors
From: Jebet Hiroden, Assistant to the Director of Lunar Outreach
Subject: Special Report on the State of the Dorsia Von Corporate Confederacy — Implications for Omron
Please find the attached report and accompanying documents as my official response to the Director of Lunar Outreach's request for an updated assessment on the state of the Dorsia Von Corporate Confederacy on its 5th sekoriversary.
To fulfil the DLO's request, I have spent the last 18 months as captain of a modified, unmarked company craft, pirating in meticulous order:
Furthermore, at the DLO's discretion, I attended the recent DV5 Summit held in Soladzu as an escort and used the intimate access this role provided to obtain sensitive information about competitors' margins, weaknesses, and exploitable assets. The report provides competitor information broken down into five-month increments along with a archipelago-wide market survey, detailing cost projections, vulnerable targets, and anticipated revenue opportunities in 60-month increments.
Attachment 1 (119QKB): SUMMARY OPINION on Omron's Commitment to the DVCC.ddf
D.V.C.C. Five Years InWith the 5th sekoriversary of the Dorsia Von Corporate Confederacy upon us, it is the official opinion of the Office of the Director for Lunar Outreach that the alliance remains a defective, yet acceptable arrangement and that Omron's continued participation in the Confederacy remains in our best interests.
We are not in a political, material, or financial situation to exert Omron company law over neighboring isles for any extensive length of time. The Confederacy has seen a decrease in direct military action from neighboring Delos, Saebia, and Vessen over the last year due to the Intra-Confederacy Defense Agreement signed at the DV4 summit. As such, the DLO office recommends that Omron honor its public commitments made at the DV5 summit, and maintain the status quo of "free poaching," which has allowed the achipelago as a whole prosper these last five years.
Attachment 2 (61QKB): 14 H.E. Inventory of Expropriated Property.tbl
14 H.E. Inventory of Expropriated Property
|No.||Item||Market Price||Quantity||Location||Date of Acquisition|
|1||Delian-owned 11-Series LHe3 Tanker||$158,000,000||1||Hesos Port||18D/09M/14HE|
|2||Refined LHe3||$19,500,000||1,058,631 cubic m||Hesos Port||20D/09M/14HE|
|3||Delian GK-48 Auto-Rifles||$120,000||1,200||-13.120633, -37.445702||24D/09M/14HE|
|4||Li-Ion Fuel Cells||$670,900||55||Stapen City, Rail Island||11D/10M/14HE|
|5||Refined LHe3||$8,900,000||472,178 cubic m||-31.140218, -61.146344||08D/11M/14HE|
|6||Hejus Tenki, CFO of Ameo Corp.||$50,000,000 (est.)||1||█████████||17D/11M/14HE|
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Attachment 3 (123QMB): Special Report on the State of the Dorsia Von Corporate Confederacy — Implications for Omron.ddf
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