EU targets Spain, France over road charging


BRUSSELS, June 29 (Reuters) - The European Commission took further legal action against Spain and France on Thursday for granting toll discounts to frequent users of roads that were not in line with European Union law. The EU executive said it had sent a "reasoned opinion" -- the last step before going to court -- to the two states for violations of "Eurovignette" rules that aim to ensure toll charges match the costs associated for using road infrastructure. "Member states may vary the ...

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