Thank you, Mr. Chairman.
It never ceases to amaze me; we've had a lot of these sessions, and we hear new ideas at every one of them. I do appreciate the presenters.
Just as an editorial comment, we've heard about the 1% food tax since we started. I firmly believe there should be support for agriculture, but I firmly believe as well that it should be a societal support that comes from general revenue, not a food tax. We used to have that. It was cut back. Now maybe we can get back to some reasonable levels.
We also have a 4% excise tax on gasoline that was supposed to go to roads. It now goes to general revenue. So I would be very concerned about grabbing this tax to general revenue. That's just my editorial comment.
One of the things we did hear today that was different had to do with tax credits. Both Hannah and Ben talked about them.
In fact, Hannah, your comment was “tax credits for certain activities”. I'd like you to expand on that, if you could, please, because this is setting policy, government taxation policy.
Ben, you talked about an investment tax credit.
Could you sort of expand on both of those, briefly? I have one other question as well.