Siemens could join ailing German toll group-paper

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FRANKFURT, Feb 19 (Reuters) - German industrial conglomerate Siemens could join a troubled group charged with developing Germany's pioneering road toll system in a last-minute bid to save the project, a German newspaper reported on Thursday. Siemens, which is already developing tracking devices to be installed on trucks running on German highways and the software for them, could also take a stake in the Toll Collect consortium, German daily Berliner Zeitung said, without citing anyone. ...

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