BERLIN, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Toll Collect's revised plans to launch Germany's much-delayed highway truck toll fulfill government demands, although an arbitration court must still rule on damages, Germany's transport minister said on Wednesday. Manfred Stolpe told reporters before a parliamentary transport committee meeting he saw no reason for the German government to cancel its contract with the consortium, held by Telekom , DaimlerChrysler and Cofiroute . The German government had given ...
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