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Unformatted text preview: of coffee tarps also used, though less effectively-People who control mills also control banks and loans, so not willing to loan equipment farmers cant get resources together for better supplies-Gross price significantly below price paid by customers-More coffee labeled as Antigua coffee than physically possible-People give up and become tired of struggling to harvest coffee-El Paso drug cartels and many companies outsourcing work to bordering area-If you dont have money for visas, youre stuck trying to cross illegally-Varied backgrounds for immigrants, legally and illegally-Now that Mexico has sent many people here, many migrants from South and Central America are going to Mexico to work with the coffee-People are going because they are desperate-More long term permanent residents due to increase in security-...
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- Spring '08