BERLIN, Dec 30 (Reuters) - Germany's Transport Ministry said on Tuesday it expects a consortium charged with implementing a truck tolls system to pay compensation for revenue lost due to two delays in the project, although the group refuses to do so. A ministry spokesman said the government wants damages to cover some of the 620 million euros ($775 million) in revenue lost so far because of technical problems that have delayed the system's initial August start date. But Rainer Knubben, a ...
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