EU member states have failed to reach an informal agreement on proposals to revise road charging rules for lorries under the "Eurovignette" directive. The French presidency had hoped a "general approach" could be agreed by transport ministers on Tuesday.
But governments still have concerns over a significant number of issues, according to a progress report presented by France at the ministerial meeting. The presidency said difficulties were due to the complexity of the plans and fears over their economic impact.
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