Obviously at one point the government has to decide which sector it will prioritize. As I said, in our sector we've been fortunate. There are a number of focused individuals who are looking at our sector. I certainly wouldn't recommend that we look at that, but at the end of the day in some of the countries one can't be all things to all people, and then it becomes which priority sector the government wants to push forward.
Certainly it would maybe weed out some of the less-needed sectors, and as Canada evolves as a country, obviously in some of our historical sectors where we had strength, there may no longer be a natural competitive advantage for Canada. Therefore, maybe this is where there is less service needed and less coverage.
I have to agree with you, sir, on the corporate memory. For me, this is critical. We don't want to let individuals be stuck in their jobs forever, but at the same time it has proven valuable for us in terms of having people who have been there for six or seven years.
Just as a couple of examples, China and Japan are obviously far, foreign lands with cultural barriers where one needs to know the people. As people rotate in those companies, we need somebody on site who keeps the pulse on what's happening and what has been done before. So I think it's critical that those resources be kept in their jobs.