A reported deal to revise Canada-U.S. border-traffic regulations promises reduced transportation costs for auto makers and suppliers. The agreement, which could be signed next month, calls for changes to a cross-border shipping process marked by varying degrees of delay since foreign terrorists struck on U.S. soil in 2001. Traffic bottlenecks have occurred at land crossings between the U.S. and Canada as authorities struggled to balance security concerns with the need to maintain a ...
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