The majority of Canada's trade remedy measures apply to the steel industry, so I believe around two-thirds of our trade remedy measures relate to steel products, and the majority of those measures would relate to China. Many other Asian countries are also implicated, but China is the main target.
What we sometimes have seen and other countries have encountered is that when a measure is imposed against China, there may be exporters in China that will try to ship goods through other countries, to ship unfinished goods to other countries, and have them completed in that third country and then be shipped onwards to another market. In that case, anti-circumvention investigations would be used to then potentially extend that measure against China to the third country if it were found that the goods from China were still a substantial proportion of the goods that were ultimately shipped on to the domestic market. There will be checks and balances to make sure that these measures are only extended where warranted, but, essentially, it will increase the enforcement of the existing measure by ensuring that circumvention isn't happening.