What the truck backlog at the Texas-Mexico border could cost you
A new policy to inspect trucks at the U.S.-Mexico border could lead to higher produce prices, Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported. The delay on the southern border could impact all goods, manufactured and produce, said Edmund Prater, a professor in the Department of Management at UT Arlington. The longer the delays last, the greater the impacts, he said.
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