I think it has been said that, yes, supply management has been protected in the deal. There's no reduction in the over-quota tariff. There is a limited access of imports, although 3% or 4% of our market is still an important share of our market, which we're going to give to the other countries.
For us as an organization, as an industry, it's not good news. Compensation is required, and what the previous government announced was good news. We still need to see the colour of those programs, how they're going to be designed, what they're going to look like. We're hoping they will compensate for that.
What we've said is that while there's something in the context of the TPP, at the same time the TPP is happening there's another issue, and it's about border control. Border control for supply management is critical. The previous government told us they would act on diafiltered milk, and that's what we're asking for today.
It is important that at the same time that we finalize an agreement on the TPP, there be a solution to diafiltered milk. We've said that probably the most efficient solution right now is to enforce the cheese standards. Those standards were implemented back in 2008. The aim of those standards at the time was to restrict the ingredients we can use in making cheese. Today it's the exact same thing. Diafiltered milk is used to replace milk in making cheese, and that's not acceptable from an industry perspective.
If we believe in supply management today, the government has to take action to solve that issue.