BERLIN, June 27 (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom and DaimlerChrysler have won a 12-year contract worth billions of euros to run Germany's new electronic road toll system, a government source told Reuters on Thursday. From next year the German transport ministry expects to collect 3.4 billion euros ($3.3 billion) in tolls annually from trucks rolling over German highways, up to 20 percent of which could go to the winning operator for 12 years. The consortium combining Europe's largest ...
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