|Exceptional transactions the outside ordinary course of business are treated as non-recurring items and they have been allocated to segments. The Group identifies gains and losses on disposal of real estate, shares and business operations, impairment charges and significant costs of discontinuing business operations and restructurings as non-recurring items. Gains on disposal have been presented within other operating income, and losses on disposal within other operating expenses in the income statement. Impairment charges have been presented within depreciation, amortisation and impairment in the income statement. The non-recurring items for 2015 include a €130 million loss on the divestment of Anttila, and gains on disposal of properties in the amount of €101.0 million. Due to Intersport Russia's low volume and unprofitable performance, Kesko plans to withdraw from the Russian sports trade in 2016. Relating to the restructuring of Intersport Russia's operations, a total of €17.2 million of non-recurring impairment charges and provisions were recorded in the fourth quarter. In 2014, non-recurring items included a restructuring provision recognised for the reduction of the Anttila department store network and an impairment charge on fixed assets related to the integration of K-citymarket non-food with Anttila, to a total of €46.8 million. In addition, the non-recurring items included a restructuring provision of €5.2 million related to changes in the retail business of Byggmakker in Norway, €4.2 million of personnel reduction costs related to the change in Kesko's divisional structure and a €21.0 million impairment charge on property related to the renovation of Kesko's main office building.