BERLIN, July 26 (Reuters) - Germany's transport ministry denied a magazine report on Saturday, saying no crisis talks would be held over plans to introduce a toll for trucks and insisting the scheme was still on schedule to start next month. "There is no crisis sitting on Monday," a ministry spokesman said on Saturday, adding the ministry had no reason to believe that the toll system would not begin as planned on August 31. Der Spiegel magazine said on Saturday that Transport Minister ...
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