Thank you for the question.
Traditionally there has been considerable interest in trade and investment in areas like IT, engineering and consulting services, environment-related services, and natural resources. In terms of investment in the two places, it creates an opportunity to capitalize on the really good personal relationships that have developed over the years among people of Taiwanese and Canadian backgrounds.
Really, the sky is the limit in that this is one of the most obvious barriers that would prevent all those many Taiwanese people—we heard between 150,000 and 120,000 people in Canada have a Taiwanese background. They're buying houses, they're sending their children to school, but they're not investing in our country in the ways we would like. There are many opportunities. In the past couple of years, there have been joint ventures involving high tech. They've typically been conducted through intermediary countries. Again, that was required because of the lack of an ADTA.