After an hour with a German-born free trader, I am convinced that Canada should be more like Mexico.
Yes, in November we’d all like Mexican Riviera weather but I am talking cars – and the regulations that bind us from getting some of the best in the world.
Tim Reuss, who runs the Mercedes-Benz and Smart sales operation in Canada, is on a crusade to bring the sensible Mexican solution to Canada. If Canada were like Mexico, he says, Canadians would be able to buy the next-generation Smart forfour sedan, a couple of potentially popular diesels and all sorts of other vehicles that meet standards in Europe and Japan, but not the United States.
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