I learned a lot. One, when a government tells you something, it doesn’t mean they’re going to do it. At that moment, they tell you they want to do it, but future circumstances can sometimes lead them to change their mind. Sometimes, in places in the world, changes of government lead to a new person showing up and saying, “I don’t know why anybody ever agreed with you on that. I’m just canceling that.” And so the lack of predictability in dealing with governments is surprisingly high. Secondly, having partners on things can also be a danger because sometimes they can block something that you think is good to do that they’ve already agreed on. But if they have a change and you don’t have enough influence, you can end up in a very bad place. So every time you lose, you learn. It’s unfortunate that those are the best lessons. They’re usually expensive.