Speaking of the U.S., I have a question for you. It has to do with the very principle of side agreements on labour. The free-trade agreement with the U.S. does not include a side agreement on labour, but the main trade agreement contains some labour clauses.
In light of the U.S.'s experience, do you think that the part on labour in the Canada-Jordan agreement should be included in the main document? Would that help things? Can side agreements really be implemented?