Okay. Thank you.
I was just looking at some of the information provided by the Library of Parliament. Our exports to Israel are diamonds, computer parts, accessories, and newsprint. Exports to Taiwan are coal, lumber, and copper ore. Exports to Hong Kong are gold, ginseng roots, and nickel. Our imports from Israel are medications, diamonds, articles of cement, concrete, artificial stone; imports from Taiwan are electronic integrated circuits, screws, bolts, nuts, hardware, diodes, transistors, similar semiconductor devices; and from Hong Kong the imports are iron and non-alloy steel bars, rods, jewellery, printed books, brochures, directories, and booklets.
This is all very interesting, but you know, we send a lot of our products there. How much will this trade treaty then improve the level of trade? Will Canada have a greater ability to send more of our finished product to countries like Taiwan or Hong Kong or Israel?