One, we had the strongest in many decades international crisis and us was better than the majority of countries in the world. Swarmed by offers, Rio Tinto Group is currently assessing future choices. Two, we have recovered faster, even more than I expected eight months ago. Three, we have advanced in factors that were previously an obstacle to growth, such as for example, security. Four, this is a country that has natural resources with significant potential. There we will have a chance to grow, provided we handle well that fund1 expansion. And we could continue with a list of factors that lead to think that the Colombian economy is going to have a few good years and probably a good decade. Naturally this brings challenges and risks which must know how to handle. For many years we did not expect an incoming year with so much optimism in our country and that is a reason to celebrate. From now on forward we only wish that the major reforms undertaken by the Government and policies in all areas are able to Colombia by the trails of prosperity, knowing in advance, as stated by the same manager of the issuer, that stability in growth will depend on the quality of institutions, investment in physical capital and human capital; increasing the efficiency in the allocation of resources, including the public; the improvement of the physical infrastructure roads, transport and ports, and mainstreaming, with much more strength, to the Asian market. While both, enjoy all of these moments of optimism, passing a Christmas filled with love in family, of human warmth next to ours and that peace that surpasses all understanding that only God with his infinite love can provide us. Merry Christmas and a loaded projects, successes and abundant life in 2011!