(Adds details, reaction by Austrian governor from paragraph 7) BRUSSELS, July 30 (Reuters) - The European Union's highest court on Wednesday suspended an Austrian ban on heavy trucks passing through its pristine Tyrol region as it could harm German and Italian truckers. The ban, which was supposed to take effect on Friday, was issued by Tyrol's provincial governor in May after years of public anger over large trucks using the narrow Alpine valleys as a short-cut between major markets in ...
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