BERLIN, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Germany's planned highway toll for trucks will undergo a vital test phase from Friday to see if it is ready to begin at the start of November, German Transport Minister Manfred Stolpe said on Thursday. Stolpe, who has faced calls to resign over a series of delays to and problems with the planned toll system, told reporters the length of the test phase and the date of the toll's launch would be determined at the start of October. Germany plans to charge ...
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