Canada aims to make importing of U.S. cars easier


TORONTO, Nov 30 (Reuters) - The Canadian government said on Friday it will change its auto safety rules, making it easier for Canadians to import new vehicles from the United States. A government statement said its proposed amendment to safety rules would allow the import of new vehicles, provided they are either equipped with an electronic immobilization system or can be fitted with one. The new rules could take effect by the end of the year, after a 2-week comment period. Canada ...

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