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An anti-traffic jam fee of 6 euros a day could reduce traffic in Munich within the middle ring by 23 percent. At 10 euros it would be 30 percent. This is the result of a study carried out by the Ifo Institute with the consulting firm Intraplan Consult and with financial support from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce for Munich and Upper Bavaria. Archive photo: BMW Group headquarters, high-rise, double cone. BMW Welt, congested main road, traffic jam, stop and go, middle ring, heavy traffic on the middle ring in Munich. | usage worldwide

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An anti-traffic jam fee of 6 euros a day could reduce traffic in Munich within the middle ring by 23 percent. At 10 euros it would be 30 percent. This is the result of a study carried out by the Ifo Institute with the consulting firm Intraplan Consult and with financial support from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce for Munich and Upper Bavaria. Archive photo: Clogged main road, traffic jam, stop and go, middle ring, heavy traffic on the middle ring in Munich. | usage worldwide

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An anti-traffic jam fee of 6 euros a day could reduce traffic in Munich within the middle ring by 23 percent. At 10 euros it would be 30 percent. This is the result of a study carried out by the Ifo Institute with the consulting firm Intraplan Consult and with financial support from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce for Munich and Upper Bavaria. Archive photo: Clogged main road, traffic jam, stop and go, middle ring, heavy traffic on the middle ring in Munich. | usage worldwide

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An anti-traffic jam fee of 6 euros a day could reduce traffic in Munich within the middle ring by 23 percent. At 10 euros it would be 30 percent. This is the result of a study carried out by the Ifo Institute with the consulting firm Intraplan Consult and with financial support from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce for Munich and Upper Bavaria. Archive photo: Clogged main road, traffic jam, stop and go, middle ring, heavy traffic on the middle ring in Munich. | usage worldwide

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