It does play a significant role in being able to increase trade. You're absolutely right that the current tax environment requires there to be a 20% withholding tax. With this particular arrangement, the withholding tax percentage would go down to 10% for other financial institutions, and go down to 0% for Export Development Canada loans.
When you look at EDC's arsenal of products that we have available to promote trade, there really are three of them: accounts receivable insurance, bonding, and financing. If we look at the history we've had with Taiwan, we've basically done no financing for transactions with Taiwan. All of our deals have been accounts receivable insurance. It's a very good product in terms of...if a Canadian has an export to a Taiwanese company, we insure payment, but a good tool for promoting trade is lending a Taiwanese borrower money to buy Canadian goods. That has been completely lost in this particular market. That is a result of the withholding tax in part, if not in large part.
From our perspective, I think this does have quite a significant role in expanding the trade between the two countries.