Land Line Mag: Presidents Talk Cross-border Trucking

May 19, 2010: The presidents of the United States and Mexico wasted little time in their meetings before the subject of cross-border trucking came up.

Mexico President Felipe Calderón is in the U.S. for a two-day visit, with many closed-door talks regarding the issues facing the United States and Mexico.

In the joint press conference following the first round of meetings this morning, Calderón made it evident that the subject of cross-border trucking did come up.

Read the full story at landlinemag.com.


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