By Philip Blenkinsop BERLIN, Dec 29 (Reuters) - Europe's trucking industry fears traffic chaos when Germany's highway truck toll finally starts on Saturday, 16 months behind schedule. Germany hopes to raise 2.4 billion euros ($3.27 billion) by charging trucks to use Europe's busiest highway network and has promised to plough the money back into infrastructure projects. The pioneering system with satellite-based technology to track vehicles has great export potential, but has been ...
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