Make Trade Fair in the Americas

Agriculture, investment and intellectual property: Three reasons to say no to the FTAA


Published: 26 January 2003

While poverty, inequality and the concentration of wealth persist in Latin America and the Caribbean, trade and investment agreements are being promoted that would seriously limit the possibilities of development and poverty eradication in the countries of the region. The Free Trade Area of the Americas is an agreement that would favor the interests of large corporations over the rights of the people of the Americas.