I can start. For us, as I mentioned in my remarks, there are key markets that are absolutely critical, China being one of them. We need government to continue to try to get those markets secured for Canada, and give us that competitive advantage over larger competitors, like the U.S. That's an absolutely essential step.
I think, before that, though, yes, we compete with the U.S., we compete with Australia, but we also can work together a lot on regulatory approaches. We've done that on pesticides over the years, and made that process much more predictable and streamlined, and I think there's a lot of room for that on the plant biotech side, where that co-operation is still fairly new. You can have a system where competitive markets are still working together so that the regulatory approaches are consistent and predictable, and then focus on niche markets for Canada, or position Canada to be ahead of some of its competitors.