Our assets are very healthy. The capital value of the hotel building has almost doubled since we acquired it. But although we've renovated about 1/3 of the rooms, we can't complete the programme without funds, and we can't generate any substantial income until we start trading. So we've decided to open for business immediately, and offer discounts to compensate for the inconvenience of the ongoing building work. We're sure there'll be a market.
Research suggests that saturation point was reached in this country some time ago, despite falling prices. So we shouldn't expect consumption here to increase much more in the future. However, income levels in our traditional overseas markets are steadily rising, so a product like ours, which is regarded as a luxury there right now, will soon be regarded as a necessity. So, in general terms, the figures will be much as they were.