I’m not saying that the following is fine but when you are doing a review and is not simple to answer questions (or directly does not know them) do one tempted to see on the sheet of the partner, not feel what you are doing? Yes, the truth is that Yes. The temptation is. It’s that search for the best outcome can lead to actions that are not correct from the moral, but effective from the point of view of the numeric result. In the case of public policies, it is not bad that a Government copy of other government policies, resulting more effective not only for the achievement of the desired objective, but also with other additional benefits. Even we could even say that this is an act of greatness, of recognition of own errors. Surely if a Government faces a subject from a perspective, but to see that another Government with another vision generates better results, I understand that the decision to imitate him would be not seen as an attitude of hesitation but as a demonstration of ability to react. I just am referring to what happens at the regional level, where today we find a Argentina, that has known to be the breadbasket of the world in the early 20th century, which today has no defined agricultural policy and is letting a new opportunity to steadily grow and develop. It would seem that for the Argentine Government, the field represents an opportunity, but to raise.
The desire for greater revenues, stay with a greater proportion of the produced by the field, led the Argentine Government to implement controversial mobile retentions, which will increase the international price of grains increases. The conflict between the Argentine countryside and the Government reached a magnitude such that major international media follow closely what is happening with the same. Yesterday precisely, Paola reflected in a note: the Argentine agricultural conflict in the New York Times, the New York Times how addresses the issue in question.