You intend to drive straight ahead towards A. Do you have an obligation to give way if a car comes from the road on the right?
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Because there is nothing to indicate otherwise, the priority-to-the-right rule applies at the junction.
The priority-to-the-right rule: “When the paths of two vehicles intersect with each other, drivers are obliged to give way to the vehicle coming from the right” (Road Traffic Ordinance).
Note that the prohibitory sign on the right does not affect your obligation to give way. If anybody treats the road on the right as a through road and approaches the junction from the right, even though this is not permitted, you still have an obligation to give way.
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