We have not done any modelling provincially to allow us to come to such a number. We do intend to do that analysis now that Canada has announced its intention to advance the negotiations. I don't have a particular B.C.-specific benefit number. We've looked at the federal government's analysis. We know in general what the benefit is for Canada, as described.
We do think, though, that British Columbia, as Canada's gateway to Asia, is very interested in the Asian economies generally, so we're very interested in India, in China, in Japan, and in South Korea, to name four primary ones. While we haven't done the economic analysis with respect to an agreement with Japan per se, we are very interested in the Government of Canada establishing trade agreements in Asia, because we think that by waiting as long as we have to enter into negotiations with Asian countries, we have lost an advantage that the U.S. and other countries have obtained.
Often, the first agreement signed, or the first relationship, gives a competitive advantage to those other countries that we feel we have been losing ground to, so notwithstanding the fact that we haven't done an economic analysis specific to Japan, we're very interested in the India trade negotiations. We're very interested in Japan. We'd very much like to see Canada enter into negotiations with China because of the strategic importance of any one of those agreements in terms of advancing Canada's opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region.