TO THE EDITOR:
I agree with Larry P. Vellequette's column, "What if Mexican plants close?," in the Jan. 30 issue, including his views on the importance of globalism.
My only issue with Mexico under the North American Free Trade Agreement has been the lack of wage increases in the country.
I actually expected Mexican auto workers now would be making far more than $30 per day. That's why I supported NAFTA in the first place. But the workers still don't make enough money to purchase the product they manufacture for export to the U.S., Canada and the rest of the world.
DOMENIC TONI, Kinver, England, the writer worked with various automotive suppliers for 30 years.