Halting market share decline is biggest challenge in Eastern Europe

WITH ACCESSION to the European Union top of the agenda in Eastern Europe, delegates to Terrapinn's Central & East European Rail 2003 summit in Budapest on November 27-29 were warned not to make the same mistakes as railways in Western Europe. Jean-Arnold Vinois, Head of the Railway Transport & Interoperability ...

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