Sure. With respect to NAFTA, as you may know, softwood lumber resides outside of NAFTA. Right now we are embroiled in a legal dispute with the Department of Commerce on softwood lumber. There have been no discussions about bringing softwood inside of NAFTA at this point in time.
However, one of the things that are very near and dear to the forest industry's heart is that the provisions of chapter 19 in NAFTA, or the dispute resolution process, be maintained. They are absolutely essential, because the Department of Commerce and International Trade Commission proceedings in the United States are U.S. law on U.S. soil, for the benefit of U.S. producers. Unless we have access to both WTO and NAFTA panels to help resolve disputes, you're playing on a pretty tilted playing field.