DETROIT -- The implementation period for new U.S.-Canada border inspection procedures is beginning to resemble the daily lines encountered by U.S.-bound commuters: long and slow. A recent 2-day trade conference in Flint, MI, attended by government officials and business leaders from the U.S. and Canada, produced numerous suggestions for improving border security without affecting the massive flow of goods across the 4,000-mile (6,437-km) long boundary. But meaningful solutions to lengthy ...
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