One reason why we have $ issue is, we have not established a foreign currency retention system in the Maldives, like the system in India. The second is that the dollars coming into the Maldives are controlled by macroeconomic segments at their discretion like how it was in Thailand during 2002. The evidence that this is the case in Maldives is that no matter what rate is determined by the Maldivian Government, dollars are only available for 2 rufiyaa more than the stipulated rate. The case in Thailand and Malaysia also demonstrates that the best option for Maldives is to maintain the rufiyaa pegged to the dollars. This pandemic has demonstrated that due to our geographical distribution we have unique opportunities. If we can increase productivity by improving domestic transport efficiency to divert air traffic to different regional airports and establish a better currency retention system, we can reduce the dollar rate for Rufiyaa in the Maldives.