There are a lot of controversies associated with the [U.S.] effort to sanction or fine Chinese banks with alleged ties to North Korea’s nuclear weapon program, [based on] the implication that China should be able to control all of these activities. But how much has this been going on without even the central authority in Beijing being fully mindful of it? We tend to think Beijing is all-knowing. I would argue that North Korea has much incentive to diversify [their business to other countries]. They do already – rather than focus so much of their interest on just dealing with China.