Okay. In terms of Better Work, I believe we have been there not quite since 2007. It's a continuing program. This is a program that is sponsored by the IFC, the International Finance Corporation—the private sector part of the World Bank—and the ILO. It is an initiative that has work going on, not only in Jordan, but Cambodia, Vietnam, Nicaragua, Haiti, and Lesotho, and I may have missed one. This is to create a baseline of cooperative and tripartite monitoring of garment manufacturing, working with the international brands.
This project has been studied and it is being studied. We're excited about Jordan because very recently the government has decided they are going to require all manufacturers to participate in the Better Work Jordan program. That means, frankly, bad actors can't opt out and have good actors carry the responsibility.
It's a good policy approach. There are monitoring processes, which are then reported back to the manufacturers, with remedial recommendations where there is non-compliance. Then, after a period of time, they are published for the public to know and for the brands to know.
We've been in Jordan long enough now that we are seeing some progress in a number of areas where there has been difficulty in non-compliance. But there are still problems, including—