BRUSSELS, June 29 (Reuters) - Two European transport associations called on the European Commission on Tuesday to beef up its checks of state-controlled logistics companies, saying they had an unfair advantage over smaller sector peers. The French and German industry groups presented a "white paper" to Transport Commissioner Loyola de Palacio's cabinet outlining their complaints. "The existence of private European transport and logistics groups is being threatened by unfair competition ...
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