It's in response to a couple of situations that have come up recently.
One is the safeguards. In the course of consultations, it became quite clear that people were very interested in having us allocate a tariff rate quota. If we were going to impose one, we realized we didn't have the legislative ability to do so. That was the most immediate one.
I can also flag that in the context of when we were looking at countermeasures to the U.S. section 232 steel and aluminum tariffs, those ended up being in the form of a tariff, but there is also the ability to impose something in the form of a tariff rate quota. Again, we would not have had the ability, had we gone down that road, to allocate those. It was really looking to make sure that we were prepared.
These are the types of provisions that aren't typically used, but in recent months they have been considered.