By Philip Blenkinsop BERLIN, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Germany's much-delayed highway truck toll system will start in January, the project's chief said, despite criticism from Germany's top auditing body and a slow adoption of the new technology by truckers. Christoph Bellmer, head of Toll Collect, told a meeting of foreign journalists late on Wednesday he was confident of the current January 1 launch date. "What is more important is that the BAG (Federal Office for Goods Transport) also says ...
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