Senate provision provides hope for resolution of tariffs with Mexico

08/10/2009 08:50:35 AM
Ashley Bentley

President Obama was pressed on the issue Aug. 10 by Felipe Calderon, president of Mexico, during a high-level summit that also included Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper. A U.S. official at the Guadalajara, Mexico, meeting said Calderon expressed concern that the U.S. limits are less about safety and more about protecting the U.S. trucking industry from foreign competition, which is against the U.S.'s NAFTA obligations, according to the Associated Press.

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