Well, gee, I don't - I don't remember. It could have been the Commerce Minister that worked this out where Firestone would not - in fact, Firestone said they could not because it would be in violation, I think, of America laws. Even though they were operating in Liberia, but they were subject to still American laws, and so we just told them: Well, fine. If, you know, we get the rubber, we'll do what we want to do with the rubber. So that's what happened. But it would have been the Commerce Minister.