NAFTA

Pulse

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has won no trucker fans by planning to buy electronic onboard recorders for Mexican trucks.

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DeFazio criticizes cross-border proposal

Congressman said Mexico’s safety standards do not equal those of the U.S. and Mexican carriers operating beyond the border zone will hurt jobs.

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Daimler expects strong sales growth

Daimler had been projecting 20 percent to 25 percent growth, but could see it rise to 35 percent.

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NAFTA surface trade rises in January over year

Surface transportation trade between the United States and Canada and Mexico rose 19.5 percent.

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NAFTA surface trade dips

Trade with North American Free Trade Agreement countries Canada and Mexico fell 2.2 percent in December from November.

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Surface transportation trade dips in November

Trade using surface transportation between the United States and Canada and Mexico rose 15.5 percent in November over November 2009.

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Cross-border trucking with Mexico, again

Tell us what you think the proposal for a new cross-border trucking program with Mexico would mean for owner-operators.

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Mexico seeks permanent trucking deal

U.S trade officials will soon travel to Mexican to meet with the nation's officials over the matter

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NAFTA trade rises

Surface trade between the United States and Canada and Mexico in October increased 14.9 percent over a year earlier.

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Growing mode for cartel drug trafficking: Class 8 trucks, says NPR

In a story that aired on National Public Radio's "All Things Considered" program Monday, John Burnett dropped what is to my thinking a recently developing bombshell on hopes from some that a resolution to the U.S.-Mexican cross-border trucking stalemate would be soon in coming. "In Nuevo Laredo," he wrote, site of the high-volume trade border crossing in the World Trade Bridge (pictured, from U.S. side), "the Gulf Cartel is battling the Zetas for control of ...

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