We've supported the CETA, as it's expected to result in significant benefits for our export-oriented agrifood sectors.
On the TPP, we've heard about the benefits, the risks, the costs. What I want to impress upon the committee today is the importance of having competitive access to global markets for our export-oriented agriculture and agrifood sector. The TPP is a very small acronym for what could be the biggest deal on the planet at this point. Trade is our future.
If I can make one recommendation, it is to study trade in the Asia Pacific region as well. We've heard about Vietnam, Malaysia. The EU has released the text of its bilateral agreement with Vietnam. It is a competitor for some of our producers, such as pork, for example, so if not the TPP, then what? The Asian market is fast-growing. Certainly, all our eyes are on this market.