EU strikes down German toll reimbursement scheme


BRUSSELS, Jan 25 (Reuters) - The European Commission struck down a provision in Germany's truck toll system on Wednesday, saying a planned reimbursement scheme discriminates against lorries that do not get their fuel in Germany. The European Union's executive said the measure, which would have reimbursed a portion of the toll charge based on fuel that was paid for in Germany, was incompatible with the European common market. "The European Union is in favour of charging the use of road ...

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