BERLIN, July 31 (Reuters) - Germany will postpone the effective start of a new truck road-toll system by two months until the beginning of November after widespread criticism, the Transport Minister was quoted as saying on Thursday. Manfred Stolpe told Tagesspiegel daily the formal launch date on August 31 would be maintained but the two-month period until November would be used for testing and no tolls would be levied, confirming a Reuters report from Tuesday. The consortium of ...
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