The failure of trade liberalization, the cost of which have faced the rural poor, as noted by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)confirms the complaints of farmers' organizations and reinforces its demand that a review of the agricultural chapter of North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Otherwise, poverty, despair andhopelessness could lead farmers to take radical measures’’,’ asserted members of the Permanent Agrarian Congress (CAP) and the movement is at the breaking field.
The signing of these free tradeagreements was thinking that this would bring prosperity and development but in reality has been of great disadvantage for Mexico is more marked if the treaty signed by Mexico, USA and Canada.
Thosewho created the NAFTA treaty were intended to Mexico's economy grew at the same time or in the same way that countries that make up the treaty that did not happen, but do not take into account thatthese countries are countries that perfect way to operate where there is no unemployment and perfect competition.
In addition to this because of the free trade agreements Mexican industries wouldhave to stop the government subsidies provided to support them in their production since the subsidy Mexico produces a lower price and would have a comparative advantage to other countries. ...