U.S. freight trade with Canada, Mexico declines

WSJ – Cross-border trade between the North American Free Trade Agreement nations has been slowing as ocean and pipeline shipments of crude oil have plummeted, but the trucking business is holding its ground. Total freight flows across the U.S. borders with Canada and Mexico reached $90.4 billion in value in April, down 3.2 percent compared with April of 2015.


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