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A worker at a body shop in Juárez cleans a fender that he'll install on a used truck imported from the U.S. (Mónica Ortiz Uribe/Fronteras)
A worker at a body shop in Juárez cleans a fender that he'll install on a used truck imported from the U.S. (Mónica Ortiz Uribe/Fronteras)
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Mexico is making it harder to import used cars from the U.S.

There are hundreds of auto importers along the border whose livelihoods depend on moving America's four-wheeled rejects into Mexico. But Mexican customs agents have abruptly reduced their hours — and the number of cars they let through.

The move, as Mónica Ortiz Uribe from the Fronteras Desk at KJZZ reports, has created a lot of anger across the border.

Read more on this story via the Fronteras Desk.

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Mónica Ortiz Uribe, senior field correspondent for the Fronteras Desk at KJZZ in Phoenix. She tweets @mortizuribe.

This segment aired on July 14, 2016.

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