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in terms of the economic impact of all of that and , and you can imagine , being there said such a long letter to come , there are a number of studies in Colombia , on on this particular issue , and the most conservative our projections , by about one percentage point per year , they're more optimistic scenarios some of the studies had measured you reasonably and for some reason in Colombia specially those had been more effected by the conflict , the estimates , go up to four percent , so that the range depending on the region back for the country as a whole , I would say that at least one percentage and , being conservative one and a half percent