D.Telekom board member resigns on Toll Collect


FRANKFURT, March 25 (Reuters) - Germany's dominant phone carrier Deutsche Telekom said on Thursday the board member responsible for the problem-plagued road toll system it is helping to develop would resign as of April 30. "Because his name is inextricably linked with the issue of the road toll/TollCollect, Josef Brauner has decided to resign as board member as of April 30, 2004," Deutsche Telekom said in a statement. Brauner's move comes after a charge for the delayed toll system ...

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