Answer: Outsourcing of highly sophisticated business operations. Let me explain: payment of dues of companies in any part of the world, analysis of financial credits,accounting and billing, among others. There are great possibilities of bringing hereimportant business that today is being done in Brazil and the US. Everything depends onwhether we do things right.Question : In what sense?Answer : For example, we need to design an intensive Portuguese language programme so that in a year economists and accountants can read and speak it fluently inorder to carry out operations in that country, apart from English of course. Question : What other sectors? Answer : They are very much interested in the software industry with the aim not tolatinoamericanise it, but to let it develop on its own, with training aimed at regional projection, including Brazilian and US markets. Also in the pharmaceutical sector thereis interest, as well as in the development of the hospitality industry. Furthermore, we contacted the third largest sugar company in the world. Theywant to buy a sugar mill in Colombia, and since it involves the energy sector, they arealso interested in developing a coking coal mine. On the other hand, Bollywood, the largest film industry in the world, is interestedin co-production as much of film as of music. Finally, the infrastructure companies arelooking very closely at projects that we have. And we are not speaking of small but of big players. Question : What was the most interesting part of your visit to India? Answer: That they do not want to come to Colombia only to make money andleave, but they see it as a long term scenario and as a platform for business for LatinAmerica. I must admit that a great part of this is due to the intensive political, economicand cultural work of the Colombian Ambassador Juan Alfredo Pinto. Thanks to himmany doors have opened. Question : What advice do you give to Colombian businessmen? Answer : Get your bags ready. Go and find out about the Indian market. You willfind a positive environment towards our country and its businessmen and opportunitieswhich you can hardly imagine. Question : What do you recommend to the next Government on this subject? Answer: Refocus a large part of your policy for commercial promotion as well asthe budget that the Foreign Ministry assigns. We need to be much more in India in particular and in Asia in general.