“It is possible to concentrate the control of expenditure related to centralized administrative support services in a single enterprise in order to subsequently establish the common management costs and expenses of enterprises that do not maintain the concentrated administrative structure. (i) In general. The share of a controlled participant in the intangible development cost of a fiscal year shall be its intangible development costs for the fiscal year (as defined in point (d) of this section), divided by the sum of the intangible development costs for the fiscal year (as defined in point (d) of this section) of all controlled participants. The critical point is that this necessary redemption payment does not decrease the solvency of the cost-sharing agreement. In the absence of a cost-sharing agreement, the sub-corporation would be required to make an annual payment of $30 million to the parent company for the sub-corporation`s revenues generated by the parent company`s intangible assets. The present value of these payments is €300 million. USD, which corresponds to the amount of the repurchase, does not affect the total (present value) of the payments made by the sub in connection with these intangible assets prior to the redemption by whether or not the parent company and the subcontractor have entered into a cost-sharing agreement. . . .