They go up very slowly. In the early 2000s, the period you began with, in 2000, we had an inflation rate of 20.5 percent or so. And in 1999, when I became Prime Minister, it was 36 percent, or 35 percent I believe. And in 1992, inflation was 2,600 percent. Now it is hovering around 3.4 to 3.5 percent. And that includes food prices. And people feel the bite of rising inflation since prices increase, taking a toll on people's wallets. It's another thing that along with targeting inflation, the public’s disposable incomes need to be raised. It’s obvious. It’s quite obvious. And in the context of our economic structure that’s not that simple. But the government is certainly obliged to undertake additional efforts. This is precisely what we are discussing today.