Subsidies to agriculture in rich countries means that agriculture in poor countries sometimes is unprofitable or brings a very small income. Farm subsidies amount is equivalent to nearly 4 times the aid given to developing countries by richer ones.
Wages of workers in poor countries, paid by international companies, are several times lower than in rich countries.
Great tracts of land in poor countries are bought out and used for nothing by big business, and the former farmers are expelled from these lands.
The gifts sent to poor countries resulted in shrinking demand for domestic production.
Very large outflow of profits to tax havens (study).