William B. Cassidy

Senior editor William B. Cassidy covers trucking for The Journal of Commerce. He is based in Washington, D.C.

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A sudden double-digit hike in fuel prices is hammering Mexican trucking companies and shippers -- but it's not their only problem.

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Trucking costs in Mexico may rise 8 to 14 percent, Transplace said, as carriers react to state-imposed fuel price increases.