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Mexico increases pressure over trucking dispute
Mexico recently stepped up the pressure on the U.S. to resolve the dispute over allowing trucking companies to send trucks into the U.S. to deliver goods from south of the border. Under the 1994 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) the U.S. was required to allow Mexican trucks access to
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