The scene is familiar - wide discrepancies between new vehicle prices on either side of an international border. In one country, dealers grateful for the low prices they enjoy and the opportunity of selling across the border; on the other side, dealers either complaining bitterly of unfair competition or else joining in the disputed traffic. And in the middle are indignant manufacturers threatening legal action against what they perceive as infractions of their franchise agreements. Bert Wyatt reports
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