Mexico has accelerated the used-car segment of the North American Free-Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to allow pickups older than 10 years to be imported from the U.S. and Canada. The government hopes the decision will put an end to an ongoing struggle with border-area migrant workers and peasants that were exploiting special clauses that allowed them to bring used vehicles into the country for work purposes. The Finance Ministry hopes that by legalizing the older pickups it will be able to ...
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