I would say that research that's been done, in maybe the last 40 years, in economics has shown pretty convincingly that industrial policy is not a good thing. In fact, the government is not better at picking winners than I am or anyone here is. In fact, the market is a process to find, as Hayek has said, what's right and what works. It's impossible to replace the market with government policy.
As just one example outside the oil and energy sector, when the airline industry was deregulated in the 1970s and 1980s in the United States, no one had imagined that airline companies would invent hubs. You don't fly direct now. You have a stopover somewhere. That makes flights much more efficient. The percentage of people in the flights is higher. The market discovered that. Regulators did not discover that. It's very easy to find many examples of people in different countries doing things in a certain way—we deregulate and we find somehow, very quickly, that there are better ways of doing things.
I should say that I agree with you that the government very often stifles companies. I didn't say it this way, but I would almost say to the government, get out of the way and things may be better if you do that. It does not mean, don't do anything. Create a regulatory environment—