We are already working very hard to increase the possibilities for our exporters, producers and processors in foreign markets. Currently, we are focusing on increasing our representation in international organizations like the FAO, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, or the OIE, the World Organization for Animal Health. That was a key demand from the industry. That is where the rules on commercial trading of food are established and where debates begin. One of the objectives for our investments in this area is to create a system of exchanges where the rules are more science-based.
We are also investing in trade commissioners. Their role is to help exporters gain access to markets and find importers to whom to sell their products. These are major investments. Finally, we are helping companies that would like to export their products to understand how to get involved in the export process from Canada. For small and medium businesses, that is important. Even though it may be possible to export a product to China or Japan, they need to understand the situation in those countries. That is what we are doing here.