This is for prompt option two and I will be focusing on the movie Life and Debt. Jamaica’s people have most of their products imported because they are cheaper to buy than items produced in their own country. The idea was to eliminate barriers for local farmers to export their materials, but instead it made them compete on a global level which eventually led to the destruction of most farmers. Banana farms is one of the few exports that have continued to flourish and their market consists of the UK. Some European countries who had colonies in the Caribbean, feel that they need to help for the future. Under the Lomé agreement, the ACP countries get certain privileges because of their colonial past. A few of those privileges for the banana market are being tariff free for ACP countries and always being guaranteed a market. Within the film Americans and the people of Chiquita are pressuring the World Trade Organization that the ex-colonial countries are receiving rates that are unconstitutional for everyone else. The U.S claimed that there was no harm meant toward the Caribbean but toward Europe. The Caribbean has no access to the American Market, but Chiquita has 95 percent access to the world. Americans are basically fighting to have all of the banana market without ever giving thought to the Caribbean. Chiquita doesn’t just do harm to the ACP countries, it also does harm to Latin American countries, where the bananas are produced. The workers alone receive one dollar a day, quotas are too high, there are no Unions for the workers, sometimes pay is given late, if workers backlash the company just picks up and moves without any notification. Another problem that has come with the movement of capital for Jamaica is the milk industry. Jamaica wanted a 50 million US dollar loan from the Inter-American Development Bank, in order to support agriculture and manufacturing. Unfortunately, they had to abandon any local subsidies and lose control or imports on milk powder, meats, etc. This caused an influx of milk powder and destroyed the industry for fresh milk that was being produced within the country. The extra milk that was not sold, was dumped and drained into the ground. This now means that there is no national food security, and when the milk powder becomes too much for Jamaicans there won’t be any fresh milk to go back to. These are just a few things that have caused risk for the people of Jamaica, there are many more that continue to leave them as a third world country.