Germany uncertain about November truck toll start


BERLIN, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Germany's planned highway toll for trucks may be postponed once again beyond its current November start date because of delays over the approval of the operating system, the transport ministry said on Monday. Asked whether the November 2 start date was fixed, a ministry spokesman said: "We will see when we know what the system can do." Germany had planned to charge trucks of 12 tonnes or over 12.4 euro cents per kilometre from August 31, but Transport Minister ...

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