The TPP would give us options to expand, especially potentially in value-added processed in Canada. As I was explaining a little bit earlier, for a market like Japan, which is a large market for us, we have duty-free access on seed, but when you do the value-added processing in Canada and turn it into soya bean oil, there's a prohibitive market in Japan for the oil. Canola is very much the same way. So if you bring down tariffs on oil to zero, as the TPP promises to do, then we have the opportunity to do value-added in Canada and ship the value-added product to Japan instead of the seed.
In western Canada now, we expect to have increases in soya bean acreage, and eventually that will draw investment in a processing facility that can produce soya bean meal and soya bean oil. Right now we have three processing facilities, but they're all in eastern Canada. That's what I mean by the long-term factors of an agreement like this. If you can confirm a predictable environment with low tariffs, then a company can make a major investment in an oilseed processing plant that could lead to more value-added in Canada.