BRUSSELS, July 23 (Reuters) - An European Commission state aid probe into German subsidies to truck drivers would effectively suspend the introduction of a new German road toll system planned for August 31, a Commission spokesman said. The Commission, the EU's executive, opened the investigation on Wednesday. "The whole system is suspended," European Commission spokesman Gilles Gantelet told Reuters. Despite the Commission's statement, a spokesman from the German Transport Ministry in ...
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