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Okay, but the negotiations were basically done last April. In fact, if you compare it with the TPP, we had the analysis on February 16, 2018, and then we approved it on June 14, 2018. This government wants us to look at it for five minutes and go and give them a blank statement.
We are going to approve it. We are. We recognize the harm if we don't approve it. We get that. But your comparison is with something not being approved—that is, if the U.S. pulled out. I was looking for a comparison with the old agreement and the gains in the new agreement. I was looking for the industries and sectors that would be negatively impacted so that we could have a proper game plan for them. The question was never whether the U.S. pulled out. That's never been the question. So why would you do an analysis against something that will never happen? Why wouldn't you compare it with the existing agreement and where we're going with the new agreement?
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