I wouldn't say it's an ideal number; it's just the number we're finding in our research. It might evolve if we examine the same data in 10 years. It might drop down to 50 or 80, if we put in place the supports that will help the firms get more out of their intellectual property and it doesn't jeopardize either their growth or their survival. It's not an ideal number, but a number we're measuring in our econometric study.
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