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True or Fasle: Mexico builds a car that they send to Canada. Mexico would be the importer and Canada would be the exporter
False. As Mexico sends the car it would be exporter, and Canada would be the importer.
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User: Mexico builds a car that they send to Canada. Mexico would be the importer and Canada would be the exporter

User: True or Fasle: Mexico builds a car that they send to Canada. Mexico would be the importer and Canada would be the exporter

Weegy: False. As Mexico sends the car it would be exporter, and Canada would be the importer.
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