D.Telekom to make new road toll proposals-sources


FRANKFURT, Feb 27 (Reuters) - German phone carrier Deutsche Telekom will propose a fresh plan on how to introduce the country's planned pioneering road toll system, sources close to the consortium introducing the system said on Friday. "Deutsche Telekom wants to propose new solutions by Sunday evening," the sources told Reuters. The basis for a new agreement between the government and the consortium Toll Collect -- owned by Deutsche Telekom, carmaker DaimlerChrysler and France's ...

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