Thanks for your comment. I agree that this subject is important for Thailand. You should be aware that the findings of the report have been available and have been much discussed for the past year. The press release to which you refer was simply notifying the public that the entire report was now available for download. Last year, we have held a series of events to inform the public of the results of this survey, including a press briefing in August, following a seminar on this topic for private sector representatives, government officials, and academics. The summary of the report's findings was prominently featured in our October 2008 newsletter. Over the past year, World Bank officials have been highlighting this issue at many of the conferences on the Thai economic outlook they were invited to speak, including the annual investment conference organized by the Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce in Thailand, in July this year. Moreover, I would disagree with you that the report is totally irrelevant by now. Just during the investment conference mentioned above, our country director brought this issue to the discussion again, and we received very positive response from the business community. Each of the issues identified here as major constraints by the survey remain very relevant today. For example, anyone in Thailand will tell you that political uncertainty remains high today, although the cause of such uncertainty is different from that of 2007. And this could have a negative impact on corporate managers' investment decisions.Many managers, especially those whose companies are trying to move up the value chain, will also tell you that the skills and the education of workers is still as much a constraint for them today as it was in 2007.