I'll add to that. In some ways, I think of these trade agreements as the beginning of looking at a market. These are long long-term agreements. When you set a tariff at zero and it's the first time that it's there and it's bound at zero forever, that's the start of companies then looking at that market as an opportunity to invest in Canada, say, in value-added.
To use Japan as an example, we have tariff-free access for soybeans to Japan, but the products of soybeans, such as soybean oil, are blocked from entering Japan because of high tariffs.