German toll collect ready by 2004 Q3,executive says


BERLIN, Dec 26 (Reuters) - A consortium of firms developing a truck highway toll scheme will try to prevent the German government from cancelling its contract and vowed to have the system ready by the 2004 third quarter, a company executive said on Friday. Peter Mihatsch, supervisory board chairman of the Toll Collect consortium made up of Deutsche Telekom, DaimlerChrysler and France's Cofiroute told Focus magazine the system could be running by the third quarter. That would be a year ...

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