FRANKFURT, Dec 23 (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom AG has proposed a new later start date to the German government for launching a road toll system, the German transport ministry said on Tuesday. In a letter to the transport ministry, Telekom said the government could start charging a toll from the fourth quarter of 2004 or at the latest the first quarter of 2005, which the ministry said was later than had been negotiated up to now. Should the toll system not be ready by December 31, 2004, ...
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