(Recasts, adds details) By Robin Pomeroy BRUSSELS, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Germany will charge trucks a toll to use its motorways from November, following an agreement with the European Commission that Germany will drop a related system to compensate German truckers pending EC approval. European Transport Commissioner Loyola de Palacio said on Tuesday she would not stop Germany launching its toll system following an undertaking by German Transport Minister Manfred Stolpe not to compensate ...
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