German cartel office not ready to approve road toll


BERLIN, July 31 (Reuters) - Germany's cartel office said on Wednesday it was not yet ready to approve a multi-billion euro contract, awarded last month to a consortium led by Deutsche Telekom, to build and run a new electronic road toll system. The German Transport Ministry awarded the contract to Deutsche Telekom , DaimlerChrysler AG and French road operator Cofiroute, a unit of construction firm Vinci SA , late last month. But the rival bidder, Ages Mautsysteme, which comprises ...

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