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OOIDA Urges U.S. Trade Rep to Move Forward with USMCA Approval Process


(Trucker News)

The Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association is urging the U.S. Trade Representative to continue moving forward with the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement approval process and forthcoming implementing legislative language in a timely manner.

The U.S., Mexico, and Canada signed a trilateral pact nearly six months ago which included annex language establishing a regulatory process to restrict Mexican trucks to the commercial border zones.

The deal also addresses cabotage and states “only persons of the U.S., using U.S.-registered and either U.S.-built or duty-paid trucks or buses, may provide truck or bus services between points within the U.S.” Click here to read more.

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