Freer trade has inherent cost and risk, but is key to the industry's successful future, says DaimlerChrysler Corp. President James P. Holden. “We have to act as one economy and we need to continue to look at any of the barriers to doing that,” he says during a speech to the Canada-U.S. Business Assn. last week. One of the most serious is Section 110 of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996, which jeopardizes U.S. trade with Canada, its largest partner. ...
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