martes, abril 06, 2004

We often hear the word "hunger" accompanied by the word "scarcity". But terms like "overproduction", "dumping" and "agricultural subsidies" are much more helpful in understanding the reality of hunger and poverty in the Third World. A case in point is Mexico, flooded by American corn sold below the cost of production. Read NAFTA: Truth and Consequences on Corn Dumping, by Public Citizen.

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