PARIS, Sept 29 (Reuters) - France's second-biggest toll road firm APRR has concluded a toll collect venture with Austria's Kapsch and Portugal's Brisa to bid for East European projects, it said on Thursday. Kapsch has a 70 percent stake and the two others hold 15 percent. They bid for a contract in the Czech Republic to install a truck toll collect system on 970 kms of roads in 2007, to be extended to 2,170 km in 2008. The result of the tender is expected before the end of October. The ...
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