I have two quick ones. I want to first touch on non-tariff barriers. Claire, you talked a little bit in your earlier comment that, as part of the negotiations, a process may be put place to help deal with non-tariff barriers.
I'm wondering if you might talk to us a little bit about that and how effective that is, because those have always been the linchpins that really screw up a good deal. A non-tariff barrier kicks in, and we get a shipment coming back because there's something wrong with it based on a non-tariff barrier, which is a usually political issue.
Secondly, the other one is the establishment of a low-level presence—and this question is more for the grain folks. The establishment of a low-level presence is incredibly important. I mean, stepping out in front by yourself is always a little dangerous if nobody else follows you. If there's a standard set within the TPP with major organizations and countries as part of that, do you see that as a lead role for an international standard? Those are sort of two questions.
If will start, Claire, with you.