Earlier we talked about accounting principles for the conduct of the bank. I appreciate that, but obviously state-owned enterprises operate in a much different field than the liberal western democracies.
Usually when you have a state-owned enterprise like a crown corporation there are a lot of accountability mechanisms and transparency mechanisms so that people can know the state of play, so to speak, or the state of those assets. State-owned enterprises in that end of the world do not.
What assurances can we have here at this table that we are going to be contracting through this bank with state-owned enterprises that are focused on building high-quality infrastructure, because, again, there's not a lot of transparency with how these state-owned enterprises operate. You can see the Americans have a lot of concerns with many of these state-owned enterprises and have a whole host of conditions if they want to invest in their markets, the same here in Canada.