BRUSSELS, Jan 24 (Reuters) - Germany may proceed with a state aid scheme that aims to help trucking companies acquire vehicles that are more environmentally friendly, the European Commission said on Wednesday, confirming a Reuters report. The scheme would reward transport companies for buying lorries with emissions standards that are stricter than those currently in force. "It is an essential aim of the European transport policy to support the development of cleaner and environmentally ...
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