To clarify, we do want to remove the CAP and we want to remove the reference margin limit. We haven't made a comment on going to 85% on the trigger, but we're not against that. If that's what industry and government decide, that's great for producers.
The concern—and this is not clear to us, since we've heard conflicting reports from government and industry—is what the rules are around trade and whether, if you hit certain funding levels in your programs, you are violating WTO rules. That's one thing that needs to be worked out between producers and governments when they're thinking about the trigger point moving from 70% to 85%. Are we in violation of any world trade rules, and what would the ramifications be, both to agriculture and other industries, if we are in violation?
Again, we're not experts in that field. You would need to speak to a law firm or to your own government representatives to properly answer that question. It should be addressed.