Well, as you can not understand! It is now( with falling prices and volumes from these areas -- such as metal, machinery, chemicals, etc.) grain trade comes to the fore. But this currency gain in previous years did not exceed 5-7% from total amount! Even 10 billion is a trifle! That's not even enough to compensate for gas purchases. I'm not talking about the rest of the import. That's what I am! The agricultural sector should develop -- with this stupid argument! But he can't be the locomotive for the economy of a country like Ukraine. Just too big and we are us is still a lot that I can count on one agricultural sector. What everybody wants, that would be better -- it is clear! But without recovery of export industries of high-tech products -- the situation will not improve. We are not Saudi Arabia and not Russia -- who can live at the expense of export of raw materials. Then Ukraine will go the way not the UAE, and any of the "banana republics" of the African spill. That's bad! I have no doubt that you give credit and the national Bank will hold the rate to a reasonable value this year. Only thing to do. Also the development of grain production is limited in its growth. But, if regained its shipbuilding industry, one construction of an aircraft carrier( China or India) would bring foreign exchange earnings -- far more than the harvests of grain! The same applies to heavy transport engineering, Turboatom, Yuzhmash and much much more! And it's all for scrap-also really brings foreign exchange earnings to support the hryvnia. It hurts me to look at -- what happens to Ukraine!