Freight reform tops the agenda

FRENCH NATIONAL Railways Executive Vice-President Guillaume Pepy expects to be able to report 'a substantial profit' when the company publishes its 2004 results this month. This will be 'better than break-even', he says, 'not just one or two million euros', and well ahead of the loss of €91m previously forecast ...

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