NAFTA and Agriculture

Fact Sheets & Reports
U.S., Mexican and Canadian Farmers and Agriculture Public Citizen
NAFTA Truth and Consequences: Corn Public Citizen
The Mexican Economy, Agriculture and Environment Public Citizen
Deals For Trade Votes Gone Bad Public Citizen, June 2005
Migration and Coffee in Mexico and Central America International Relations Center, December 13, 2004
NAFTAs Seven-Years War on Farmers and Ranchers in the U.S., Canada and Mexico Public Citizen, June 26, 2001

Articles & Statements
Sugar firms back down in trade flap: Farm bill won’t reinstitute U.S.-Mexico restrictions Cox Newspapers, February 12, 2008
Immigrant Surge is Tied to the Failure of NAFTA Star Tribune, April 21, 2006
Mexico City Police Disperse Massive Protest By Farmers Associated Press, February 7, 2005
US Maize ‘Threat’ to Mexico Farms BBC News, November 13, 2004
Nafta Scientists Call for Safeguards On Biocorn Wall Street Journal, November 9, 2004
Suppressed NAFTA Report Shows Threat to Global Agriculture IUF, November 1, 2004
Mexico Farmers Protest Genetically Modified Corn Imports Associated Press, October 28, 2004
Peasants Approve Anti-GM Corn Report Tierramérica, October 25, 2004
Trade Winds Buffet State’s Farmers Seattle Times, June 28, 2004
U.S. Policies Enrich Agribusiness, Not Farmers Topeka Capital-Journal, May 17, 2004
A Flood of U.S. Corn Rips at Mexico Michael Pollan, Los Angeles Times, April 23, 2004
Mexico: Study Shows NAFTA Among Factors Which Have ‘Impoverished’ Farmers BBC, April 9, 2004
Testimony on CAFTA Witness for Peace