What are cookies?
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How are they used?
Cookies help us provide a better user experience on our website.
For example, cookies may record your preferences and settings, entries into online forms and information for registered users.
Cookies allow us to record website statistics, which in turn helps us discover and correct any errors and offer better content or a more suitable service on your subsequent visits to our website.
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Some cookies are vital for the very operation of the website while others can only be stored with your agreement.
Cookies, used on this website
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These cookies help us measure the number of visitors on our website. They are not necessary for the performance of the website, but they greatly facilitate decision-making to provide you a better user experience. All information collected by these cookies is anonymous.
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