WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court on Thursday put the Bush administration’s imminent plans to allow Mexican trucks into the U.S. on hold by ordering that an environmental impact statement be done first.

Mexico is the largest apparel supplier to the U.S., shipping garments made mostly from U.S. textiles. Now, northbound trucks are allowed to cross the U.S. border and unload their cargo in special zones to be picked up by a U.S. truck. Mexico requires the same system for southbound deliveries, in protest of the U.S. ban.

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