On the other hand, Brazil`s then presidents, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, and Argentina`s Néstor Kirchner, said they did not oppose the FTAA, but demanded that the agreement provide for the removal of U.S. agricultural subsidies, the provision of effective access to foreign markets, and the continued consideration of the needs and sensitivities of its members.  “If governments in the region are really determined to strengthen the political and economic conditions for integration,” said Mauricio Moreira, IDB`s business research specialist and coordinator of the study. . . .