BERLIN, May 19 (Reuters) - Germany will introduce a highway toll for trucks of 0.125 euros per kilometre, lower than the original plan and cutting expected revenue by 600 million euros per year, a government coalition source said on Monday. Germany, the only large continental European country still not charging for use of its roads, was to have charged heavy goods trucks 0.15 euro per kilometre for using its highway network from September. The reduction was the result of a compromise ...
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