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Related Party Transactions and Outside Related Director Information

Kimberly-Clark Corporation (KMB)

3/14/2006 Proxy Information

The Corporation owns and operates a corporate aircraft based at the Appleton, Wisconsin airport. The aircraft is used to support the operations of the Corporation’s Neenah, Wisconsin based businesses. The only fixed base operator at the airport is Maxair, Inc. (“Maxair”), a corporation owned 100 percent by Steven R. Kalmanson and his family. Mr. Kalmanson is a Named Executive Officer. Mr. Kalmanson’s wife is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Maxair.

Pursuant to a lease agreement entered into in 1999, from January 1, 2005 through December 21, 2005, the Corporation leased aircraft hangar and related office space at the Appleton, Wisconsin airport from Maxair. On December 21, 2005, the Corporation purchased the hangar and related office space from Maxair for a purchase price of $1.6 million. In determining a fair purchase price for the hangar and related office space, the Corporation obtained an appraisal from CB Richard Ellis Group, Inc., a nationally recognized appraisal firm. The Corporation believes that the price paid for the hangar and related office space is reasonable and comparable to the amounts it would have paid to a third party to purchase similar facilities. The purchase of the hangar and related office space from Maxair was reviewed with the Corporation’s Audit Committee and authorized and approved by the Chairman of the Audit Committee.

Prior to its purchase of the hangar and related office space from Maxair, in 2005 the Corporation paid $159,000 to Maxair for rental and other payments under the lease agreement for hangar and related office space. Also in 2005, the Corporation paid to Maxair pursuant to a fueling agreement $20,300 for fuel pumping services. Beginning on January 1, 2006, the Corporation has made arrangements to obtain fueling services from an independent third party.

The Corporation utilized the services of Maxair at the Appleton, Wisconsin airport for more than eight years. The transactions with Maxair were reviewed annually by the Corporation’s internal audit group. The Corporation believes that the prices it paid to Maxair for the hangar and related office space, and the fueling services were reasonable and comparable to the amounts it would have paid to a third party for similar services. As a result of the Corporation’s purchase of the hangar and related office space, and its arrangement to purchase fuel from an independent third party, the Corporation does not expect to engage in similar transactions with Maxair in the future.

3/15/2005 Proxy Information

The Corporation owns and operates a corporate aircraft based at the airport in Appleton, Wisconsin. The aircraft is used to support the operations of the Corporation’s Neenah, Wisconsin based businesses. The only fixed base operator at the airport is Maxair, Inc. (“Maxair”), a corporation owned 100 percent by Steven R. Kalmanson and his family. Mr. Kalmanson is a Named Executive Officer. Mr. Kalmanson’s wife is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Maxair.

In 2004, the Corporation paid $168,341 to Maxair for rental and other payments under a lease for aircraft hangar and related office space at the Appleton, Wisconsin airport. In 2004, the Corporation also paid to Maxair pursuant to a fueling agreement $13,688 for fuel pumping services. Management believes that the amounts charged and paid in connection with the foregoing arrangements were reasonable compared with the amounts which would be charged and paid for similar services or products from other third parties. The Corporation has been utilizing the services of Maxair for more than eight years. The transactions with Maxair are reviewed annually by the Corporation’s internal audit group. The Corporation expects to engage in similar transactions in 2005.

The Corporation’s South African subsidiary engages the services of various selling and merchandising firms to sell products in that country, including Pack ‘n Stack Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd. and its affiliated companies (“Pack ‘n Stack”). The brother-in-law of Robert P. van der Merwe, a Named Executive Officer, has owned a 30 percent equity interest in, and has been an executive officer of, Pack ‘n Stack since 2001. During 2004, the subsidiary paid Pack ‘n Stack U.S. $2,392,000 for selling and merchandising services. In 2004, the subsidiary initiated a competitive bidding process for the regions that had been serviced by Pack ‘n Stack. The subsidiary selected Pack ‘n Stack among the bidders based upon a number of factors, including price and perceived quality of service measured based upon the subsidiary’s experience with Pack ‘n Stack and the general reputation of Pack ‘n Stack in the industry. The new contract was effective on December 1, 2004.

Mr. van der Merwe did not participate in the decision to utilize the services of Pack ‘n Stack, in the negotiations of any contract with Pack ‘n Stack, or in the competitive bidding process described above. The Corporation believes that the amounts charged and paid in connection with the foregoing arrangements were reasonable compared with amounts which would be charged and paid for similar services from other third parties. The Corporation expects to engage in similar transactions with Pack ‘n Stack in 2005 pursuant to a competitively bid contract.

3/16/2004 Proxy Information

Thomas J. Falk, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation, served as a member of the compensation committee of the board of directors of Kimberly-Clark de Mexico, S.A. de C.V. Claudio X. Gonzalez, Chairman of the Board and Managing Director of Kimberly-Clark de Mexico, S.A. de C.V., serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Corporation.

The Corporation owns and operates a corporate aircraft based at Appleton, Wisconsin’s airport. The aircraft is used to support the operations of the Corporation’s Neenah, Wisconsin based businesses. The only fixed base operator at the airport is Maxair, Inc. (“Maxair”), a corporation owned 100 percent by Steven R. Kalmanson and his family. Mr. Kalmanson is a Named Executive Officer. Mr. Kalmanson’s wife is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Maxair.

In 2003, the Corporation paid to Maxair pursuant to a fueling agreement: (i) $128,946 for jet fuel which is sold by Maxair to the Corporation at Maxair’s cost, and (ii) $16,198 for related fuel pumping charges. In 2003, the Corporation also paid $165,776 to Maxair for rental and other payments under a lease for aircraft hangar and related office space at the Appleton, Wisconsin airport. Management believes that the amounts charged and paid in connection with the foregoing arrangements were reasonable compared with the amounts which would be charged and paid for similar services or products from other third parties. The Corporation expects to engage in similar transactions in 2004.

3/11/2003 Proxy Information

The Corporation leases office space in Neenah, Wisconsin from Neenah Downtown Redevelopment Associates Limited Partnership, a partnership engaged in the redevelopment of downtown real estate. John F. Bergstrom previously owned a 14 percent limited partner interest in the partnership, which he divested in December 2002. During 2002, rental payments made by the Corporation to the partnership were $1,072,948. The Board has determined that the Corporation's transactions with the partnership do not impair Mr. Bergstrom's independence as a director.

In 2002, the Corporation paid $320,011 to Maxair, Inc. for jet fuel purchases and rental payments due under a lease for aircraft hangar and related office space in Appleton, Wisconsin. Steven R. Kalmanson, a Named Executive Officer, and his family own Maxair, Inc. The Corporation expects to engage in similar transactions with Maxair, Inc. in 2003.

Management believes that the amounts charged and paid in connection with the foregoing arrangements were reasonable compared with the amounts which would be charged and paid for similar services or products from other third parties.