Mexico Wary of Plan to Open U.S. Roads to Mexican Trucks Mexico says despite a new Bush administration plan to open U.S. highways to Mexican trucks beyond the 20-mile commercial zones along the border, the move still treats Mexican truckers more harshly than those from Canada. Hear NPR's Peter Overby.
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Mexico Wary of Plan to Open U.S. Roads to Mexican Trucks

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Mexico Wary of Plan to Open U.S. Roads to Mexican Trucks

Mexico Wary of Plan to Open U.S. Roads to Mexican Trucks

Mexico Wary of Plan to Open U.S. Roads to Mexican Trucks

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Mexico says despite a new Bush administration plan to open U.S. highways to Mexican trucks beyond the 20-mile commercial zones along the border, the move still treats Mexican truckers more harshly than those from Canada. Hear NPR's Peter Overby.