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EU Takes Germany to Court Over Allegedly Discriminatory Toll Plan

The Wall Street Journal reports that the European Union is taking Germany to the European Court of Justice over “a road-toll scheme championed by the Bavarian arm of [Chancellor Angela] Merkel’s party that would allow German taxpayers to claim back the fee as a tax deduction — a point Brussels sees as discriminatory.” The post EU Takes Germany to Court Over Allegedly Discriminatory Toll Plan appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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