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Hungary takes stand against planned measures affecting road haulage companies

January 10th, 2019

Officials from the transport ministries of Hungary, Bulgaria, Poland and Lithuania have taken a unified stand in Brussels against planned measures affecting road haulage companies from countries outside of the European Union, the Innovation and Technology Ministry said on Thursday. The planned measures would put all road haulage companies based in the EU at a competitive disadvantage, the ministry said. A meeting of EU transport ministers in December cleared the Mobility Package for general debate, in spite of votes against by nine member states, including Hungary, the ministry noted. The European Parliament's Transport and Tourism Committee (EP Tran) is scheduled to vote on the Mobility Package 1 at a meeting on Thursday, and a plenary session of the EP is expected to decide on the matter at the end of January, it added.


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