Thank you for the question.
We have certainly seen China take a strong approach to trade, and doing what it feels is in its best interests of late. I know that in March there was ongoing dialogue between the Canadian government and the Chinese government. The recent court decision, I'd say, is still too new for us to really have any information that isn't available to the public.
Again, the trade concerns the Chinese government has raised are of a technical nature, a phytosanitary nature. At this point, we don't yet see a path forward to resolving that issue. Again, I think it also speaks to the importance of our opening up many potential markets so that farmers aren't reliant on any import market that could have this sort of adverse effect on our exports. This is why we're also looking at more Canadian-made solutions, such as biodiesel, which is key.