LAREDO, TEXAS (KGNS) -- A major downfall could be on the way for the truck traffic coming into the U.S. from Mexico.
Many truckers say their operating licenses have recently been suspended and the government has been unwilling to let them renew them.
Mexican customs is also giving transport companies a hassle getting other permits.
Some say it could paralyze cargo shipments coming in from Nuevo Laredo.
Much of the problem is being blamed on a foreign company which was put in charge of much of the paperwork involved with licensing.
About 14,000 trucks come into the U.S. from Mexico, from Nuevo Laredo through Laredo on a daily basis.
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