BERLIN, July 29 (Reuters) - Germany plans to put back the launch of a new truck road toll system by two months from the end of August until November 1 amid doubts about a smooth start to the scheme, sources close to the project said on Tuesday. The sources said the delay to the toll would cost the German government around 320 million euros ($368 million) in lost revenues. The delay, which comes amid increasing reports of technical problems with the satellite-based tracking equipment used ...
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