There are a few points. I'll try to be concise.
There is a wide range of challenges that we've faced. You've identified a few and your colleague did earlier. We try to look at the whole set of tools that we have to try to advance addressing them. In the case of market access for our two shippers that have been shut out of China for canola seed, we have ended up with a WTO dispute resolution discussion.
With respect to other countries, we've tried a range of tools. With Italy, they do have the European Union coming in with replacement voluntary labelling rules that the Europeans assure us will replace the Italian measure in April of this year.
We've also seen the quality of our durum wheat reflected in the fact that Canada now has a number one import share of the durum wheat market in Italy again, so we are back into that market. I admit the levels are maybe not where they were three years ago, but we're the number one import source there.
We've worked with the sector in the case of pulses in India for a variety of tools to try to—