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The German government is planning to set up a working group to consider plans for the £3,000 million Fehmarn crossing between Denmark and Germany.Its decision follows the formal launch of four possible designs for the 20 km link by Bilfinger and Berger, one of Germany's leading contractors, in Mannheim on September 23.Peter Breuninger, the B and B engineer in charge of the project, said: 'We hope the working group will be able to agree what should be done next. Proper geotechnical ...

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