In the 1980s, Chinese companies tried to get out of the traditional, centrally planned economy and become market players. In the 1990s, many Chinese companies tried to restructure their company structure, to have ownership diversification, to go public domestically or internationally, and then to learn to set up new corporate governance. And after that, I think Chinese companies are looking more and more to the global competition.
We know the U.S. has pressures -- employment issues and elections and the credibility of the government. For China, we could also say that the current state is not only good for China but also for the rest of the world and also good for the U.S. because we are using our foreign exchange reserves to buy U.S. Treasury bonds and subsidize U.S. consumers.