MOST teams in the Management Game continued to reap profits in Period Two in a favourable economic climate. All but two teams made profits, with the top team getting slightly more than $6.3 million. Eighteen other teams passed the $3 million mark, while the average profit made by teams was $2.3 million. The average size of an order for the period was 229,389 units for product AW, 102,347 units for product AI and 161,490 units for product DI. Total investment in marketing and product development was $1.88 million, at a ratio of 65 to 35 per cent. At the end of the period, 35 companies were left with no stock of product A and three others with no product D. Another six teams sold out both products. Teams were optimistic about the favourable economic climate and bought an average of 10 additional plants during the period. As a new feature of the Game, teams can apply for loan extensions to improve their financial position. Forty teams applied for new funding. The average extension granted was $6.3 million. The game is sponsored by Arthur Andersen & Co, ICL (HK) Ltd and the South China Morning Post .