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Elbit Imaging Ltd. Announces Results For Fiscal Year 2007
Date:3/31/2008

ty 259,881 538,209 67,572

Other assets and deferred expenses 148,137 254,210 38,517

Intangible assets 51,820 7,272 13,474

Deferred taxes - 4,997 -

2,575,531 2,613,648 669,665

8,449,073 6,285,625 2,196,847

Current Liabilities

Short-term credits 166,469 688,553 43,284

Suppliers and service providers 181,226 155,008 47,121

Payables and other credit balances 558,918 217,609 145,324

906,613 1,061,170 235,729

Non-Current liabilities

Borrowings 4,123,904 2,683,595 1,072,258

Other long-term liabilities 104,292 133,970 27,117

Deferred taxes 55,139 72,145 14,337

Liabilities related to discontinuing

operation 30,123 40,514 7,832

4,313,458 2,930,224 1,121,544

Shareholders' Equity

Attributable to equity holders of the

Company 2,035,437 1,644,716 529,235

Minority Interest 1,193,565 649,515 310,339

3,229,002 2,294,231 839,574

8,449,073 6,285,625 2,196,847

Elbit Imaging Ltd

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