EU court suspends Austria's Tyrol truck ban

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BRUSSELS, July 30 (Reuters) - The European Union's top court suspended an Austrian law restricting the transit of trucks through its pristine Tyrol region, a European Commission spokesman said on Wednesday. The Commission, the European Union executive, had asked the European Court of Justice to examine the legality of the Austrian truck transit regime amid concerns it could breach EU treaty laws on the free movement of goods. The truck ban had been supposed to take effect on Friday. ...

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