There has been some analysis done, certainly, on both of those issues. On the issues of geographical indications, we're a long ways from knowing exactly what we might end up negotiating. We're at the early stages yet, and we haven't discussed specific products.
I think that clearly we don't have an interest in providing any concessions on products that are common names in the Canadian market. The cost of removing those names or providing protection to the Europeans for those names is in all likelihood prohibitive. There's more potential for some obscure products that aren't really prevalent or that don't appear on the Canadian market. We'll be exploring those types of areas.