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Thank you.
I think that brings us back to some of Mr. Fay's opening remarks with regard to....
It just seems to me that sometimes people sign long-term contracts without understanding the future value of what they're signing away. It seems like a good deal now, but in 10, 20, 30 years, you know, if people didn't have the foresight or what they needed in order to be able to understand the value of what they were trading at the time, they can find that they're falling sorely behind. Is that the situation?
It seems to me that there's a lot that we don't know about what is still an emerging industry; I think that's fair to say. It seems to me that this agreement is making some pretty serious and far-reaching policy decisions without evidence that we actually know what we're really trading away at this point. Is that a fair assessment that I'm hearing from the panel today? How do you think we might try to have some domestically produced remedies that mitigate against this?
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