Okay. I'll move on to a second question.
I understand the advance payment system. It's a good idea, and it's useful. It's an interest-free loan. The committee has already started to look at business risk management systems. We have heard from a number of stakeholders about an emergency fund. This is an idea that we also talke about during the election campaign.
Shouldn't we be looking at direct support for commodities like canola and pork, which are the subject of conflict with China? The U.S., on the other hand, is not shy about heavily subsidizing its pork production. I'm giving you that as an example, but I could mention many others.
Could direct support be considered?