Mexican truckers seen ready to roll on U.S. roadways

  A Mexican transportation attorney said that a recent accord to throw open the U.S. cross-border market to Mexican truckers will result in a significant number of his country’s motor carriers entering U.S. commerce. By Mark B. Solomon A Mexican transportation attorney said that a…

CBP COMMISSIONER WORRIED ABOUT CORRUPTION

THE BROWNSVILLE HERALD    The U.S. Customs and Border Protection commissioner admits that the threat of Mexican drug cartels trying to infiltrate the government agency by attempting to corrupt the federal agents is all too real.    Alan D. Bersin, commissioner of CBP in the…

TEXAS REAPING BENEFIT FROM MEXICO TRADE

By DAVID HENDRICKS SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS May 31, 2011, 11:12PM Close [X] Editor’s note: This is the third in an occasional series examining U.S.-Mexico trade and the economy along the Texas-Mexico border. As the United States and Mexico edge toward a new cross-border trucking arrangement,…

DRUG WAR IN MEXICO DOES NOT HINDER TRADE

By Jason Buch, David Hendricks San Antonio Express News McALLEN — As the rest of the world tries to claw its way out of the economic downturn, businesses here and across the Rio Grande are hanging “help wanted” signs. It’s evidence that despite the drug…