German govt to cancel contract with Toll Collect


BERLIN, Feb 17 (Reuters) - The German government decided on Tuesday to end its ties with Toll Collect after the two parties failed to agree over plans to launch a pioneering yet much-delayed highway truck toll. Transport Minister Manfred Stolpe announced the decision after he and leaders of the consortium, which groups Deutsche Telekom , DaimlerChrysler and France's Cofiroute , had held talks through the night. Stolpe had threatened to tear up the government's contract with the ...

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