Mexican Farmers Urge Changes to NAFTA

Thousands of farmers poured into Mexico City on Thursday to protest the elimination of tariffs on U.S. imports. Farmers want the Mexican government to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement to protect sales of their beans and corn. Michael O'Boyle reports.

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