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71 72 73 74 http://www.viacampesina.org Rosset, 2003 Lilliston, 2004 Data from the World Bank’s World Development Indicators at http://www.worldbank.org Damian and Boltvinik, 2003 de Ita, 2003 de Ita, 2003 de Ita, 2003 Wise, 2004b Carlsen, 2003a Ritchie et al, 2003 de Ita, 2003; Henriques and Patel, 2003; GRAIN, 2004 Carlsen, 2003a Carlsen, 2003a Henriques and Patel, 2003 Carlsen, 2003a de Ita, 2003 FIND REFERENCE de Ita, 2003 MINSA is a Mexican company created in 1993 from the privatization of Conasupo, the parastatal grain marketing enterprise, and is 46% owned by an American investment bank (MINSA, 2003). Nadal, 2000. The rise in tortilla prices can be attributed to two factors: the removal of consumer subsidies as part of neoliberal economic reforms, and the concentration of the national tortilla commodity chain in the hands of just two companies. ETC Group 2002, 2003a, 2003b Carlsen, 2003a Carslen, 2003a Oyejide, 2004 IMF, 1999a; 1999b. Lappé et al, 1998; Rosset, 1999 de Grassi and Rosset, forthcoming 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98

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