So im looking at UCL's books...Im no accountant but something looks fishy I noticed that they somehow cut selling/general/administrative costs by over 80% in one year. Previous 2 years the costs were over 1.5 billion each and then all of a sudden costs are 260 million. Im thinking there pulling an "enron" going to cash out to the chinese right before the company goes broke and they are going to save the stockholders. If you assume the admin costs were the same as the previous years then unocal would actually be looking at a 600 million dollar loss for 2003 instead of a 600 million dollar profit. Ask anyone how to cut 80% out of there admin costs WITHOUT losing revenue and the only answer i would be able to come up with is some kind of accounting trickery. But like i said...Im no accountant and im sure somebody has a really good excuse as to how costs could be cut so dramatically. We live on the bigger fool theory China is pretty big.