BRUSSELS, July 23 (Reuters) - The European Commission has opened a state aid probe into Germany's plan to compensate its truckers for money they will pay under an upcoming toll system, an EU source said on Wednesday. The Commission is concerned any aid, such as reduced excise duties for German hauliers, would be unfair to competing firms from elsewhere in the European Union. The Commission's weekly meeting takes place on Wednesday and its decision to launch the probe will be announced ...
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