MONTERREY, Mexico, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Mexican and U.S. cargo trucks could have unlimited access to each others' highways from early next year, ending a 25-year restriction on cross-border trade, a senior U.S. official said on Thursday. Announcing an agreement to allow U.S. authorities to inspect Mexican trucking companies, U.S. Transport Secretary Mary Peters said that if a planned pilot program was successful, Mexico would no longer face any restrictions. "To keep U.S.-Mexican trade ...
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