Telefónica entered Latin America by buying cheap state-owned companies that, by the way, were behind in their investments and in their technology. And, for example, within a few years of arriving in Argentina that operation represented about half of the Ebitda of the parent company. And Telefónica expanded thanks, in part, to the profits that turned from the region. It was not the Potosí silver, but the contribution was important. The proof of this strengthening is that at the beginning of the 21st century, Telefónica's share was trading at more than 22 euros, about two-thirds more than at present.